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Juventus v Porto Betting Preview, Tips, Latest Odds 14 March

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Mar/13/2017

Gambling911.com has your Juventus v Porto betting preview, tips and the latest odds for this Champions League on Tuesday.

Juventus was at 4/6 odds, Porto was at 5/1 odds and the Draw was at 3/1 odds. 70 percent of those betting this game were backing Juventus.

There were five wins and a draw in Juventus’ last six.  Porto has one loss and five wins in their last ten.

Juventus have won two and drawn one of their three previous meetings with Porto.

Bet Juventus here.  They have won their last nine home games. 

Defender Giorgio Chiellini and midfielder Stefano Sturaro are sidelined for Juventus.

Right winger Jesus Corona is injured for Porto.

- Alistair Prescott, Gambling911.com

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