Match Today: Barcelona vs Juventus 27-07-2022 Friendly match
Barcelona will be seeking four wins from their first four pre-season games this summer when they face Italian giants Juventus on Tuesday night. The Catalan giant will enter the competition after a 1-0 victory over Real Madrid on Saturday evening, while Juventus opened its preparations for the new season with a 2-0 victory over Guadalajara. Barcelona began its preparations for the new season with a 1-1 draw with Olot on July 13 before heading to North America in a round Pre-season, Xavi's side opened their table with a superb 6-0 win over Phil Neville. Inter Miami on July 19. The Catalan giants then faced the little matter in the Clasico with Real Madrid in Las Vegas on Saturday night, with Ravenha's first-half goal proving the difference between the two teams.
Barcelona vs Juventus
Robert Lewandowski led Barcelona's attack, with the Poland international playing the first 45 minutes of his arrival from Bayern Munich, while there was also a place for his new teammate Andreas Christensen in the center of defence. Frank Kessie also featured as the Ivorian made a strong impression in the early stages of his time at the club and Barcelona will now face Juventus and New York Red Bulls in the last two friendlies of their tour before facing Pumas UNAM in the Joan Gamper Cup on August 7. In the meantime, Xavi's side kick off their 2022-23 La Liga campaign at home to Rayo Vallecano on July 13 and will look to improve on what was largely disappointing in the 2021-22 season having finished second in La Liga by 13 points. Behind the champion Real Madrid.
Juventus vs Barcelona
Meanwhile, Juventus began its pre-season preparations with a 2-0 win over Mexican club Guadalajara on Friday night. Marco da Graca and Mattia Companion scored the old lady's goals, as they advance towards the opening match of the 2022-23 Serie A against Sassuolo on August 15. Massimiliano Allegri's side will face Barcelona, Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid in their last three friendlies in the summer, and like their opponents here, the team will be looking to improve last season, having finished fourth in Serie A by 16 points. Milan hero. Juventus brought in Bremer, Andrea Cambiasso, Paul Pogba and Angel Di Maria this summer while Matisse de Ligt was the main outgoing, with the Netherlands international moving to Bayern Munich for £60m. The old lady is still trying to improve her squad for the new season as they look to return to the top of Italian football once again, as well as compete in the Champions League.