- Mike Collett / Reuters
Juventus hosts Nordsjaellan and will be looking to overtake Chelsea for the second spot in the group with a win.
The Italian champions will look to regain their winning form after suffering a 3-1 defeat to Inter Milan on Saturday, causing their record unbeaten streak to come to an end.
Club manager Antonio Conte saw his team's 49-game league undefeated streak end over the weekend after nearly two years of not losing a match.
Unfortunately, the club's recent play in the Champions League has not been quite as dominant given that Juventus havs conceded goals they usually are accustomed keeping out of the net.
Juvetus has yet to take full points from any of its Champions League matches, drawing their last nine games in the competition.
One of the reasons that could be holding the Bianconeri back is the fact that Conte does not have an outright striker to occupy their opponents back line.
Mirko Vucinic, who did show promise after scoring twice when the two sides met the first time, is doubtful for the rematch after suffering an injury in league play. That might allow Nicklas Bendtner a chance to prove his goal scoring prowess.
For FC Nordsjaelland's manager, Kasper Hjulmand, his team is playing with confidence after an impressive 2-1 victory in the Superliga against Sonderjyske. The Danish club does currently sits second in their league standings, but have not fared well in the Champions League.
The side's last match against Juventus should offer the Danes even more confidence given the solid play of Mikkel Beckmann.
While captain Nicolai Stokholm did travel with the club to Turin he will not be available to play after missing the last match with a calf injury. Lasse Petry is also unavailable.
Kick-off for the match is at 2:45 and can be watched online here.