Competition: Champions League Date: Tuesday 18th October 2016 Venue: Parc Olympique Lyonnais Kick-Off: 19:45 BST
Lyon are without injured duo Christophe Jallet and Clement Grenier but Nabil Fekir is available, with his red card at the weekend not leading to a suspension in Europe.
Alexandre Lacazette made his return from injury in the weekend’s 2-0 defeat to Nice at the weekend and is in-line to start against Juventus.
Juventus have a host of big names unavailable, with Claudio Marchisio, Mario Mandzukic and Giorgio Chiellini not a part of the travelling squad.
16-year-old striker Moises Kean has been called up as the reserve striker behind Paulo Dybala and Gonzalo Higuain.
Losing their last four matches in all competitions, Lyon are in a rough patch currently but the return of Alexandre Lacazette provides a welcome boost. However, their form since moving into their new home has been superb- scoring in all 15 of their matches at the Parc Olympique Lyonnais, winning 12 of those.
Juventus were made to work hard to maintain their five-point over Roma at the weekend but the Italian champions have won their last five matches in the build-up to this game. Having won three of their last four matches against French opposition, Juventus will be confident of another victory.
This match is likely to be another black mark upon another disappointing season so far for Lyon and the French side could also lose their record of scoring in every match, with the Turin outfit’s defence notoriously difficult to break down.
Lopes, Yanga-Mbiwa, N’Koulou, Mammana, Rafael, Darder, Gonalons, Tolisso, Rybus, Fekir, Lacazette
Buffon, Barzagli, Bonucci, Benatia, Alves, Pjanic, Lemina, Khedira, Sandro, Higuain, Dybala
Juventus have won their last three matches against Lyon.