This week, the Champions, the Bundesliga and the Italian League all clash in the Champions’ League, the final round of which is held on Wednesday.
Here’s what you need to know about it. 1/2 Get ready for Bayern Munich Bayern Munich have only just arrived in Italy, and they’ve already beaten Juventus 2-0 to claim the title.
They’ll need to bounce back from their opening two fixtures against Wolfsburg and Napoli to avoid another defeat in their opening group game, with all three matches being played in the city of Turin.
1 / 5 Will it be a cakewalk for the Bianconeri?
Yes, it’s possible that Bayern will be the favourites to win the title and take their first European Cup in 25 years.
But their opponents will have a chance to make a statement on Tuesday night, as they’ll be looking to avenge a 1-0 defeat to Inter Milan on Saturday.
1 of 5 Getty Images 2/2 What to watch out for in the second leg Atletico Madrid are likely to be favourites to beat Juventus 2:0, but there are a number of factors that could cause problems for the Nerazzurri in the first leg.
Here are some things to keep an eye out for.
1 – Atletico have conceded the most goals in Serie A this season (nine) and have conceded seven goals in the past three matches.
This is particularly worrying given that they’re in a difficult situation at the moment, having just lost the first game of their Champions League group.
2 – Juventus have conceded just two goals in their previous five games, but they’ll need goals from their starting XI to get back into the Champions Cup group stage.
It’s a tough task for them, especially given that the Nerazos have already beaten Inter Milan 2-1.
3 – Atleti have lost just one of their last six matches in Serie B. However, they’ve conceded four goals in that time, which is also a worrying sign.
4 – Juventus are still unbeaten in their last five matches against Atletico, with Juventus scoring three goals in those matches.
However it will be a challenge for Juventus to stay undefeated in their first group game.
5 – The Nerazas are unbeaten in all competitions this season, and are in the race for a fifth consecutive Serie A title.
Their last win over Atletico came in the 2011-12 campaign.
1 Getty Images 3/2 Can Real Madrid beat Juventus?
The Bianconero giants are favourites to make it through to the last 16 of the Champions Leagues, and will be looking for a big win over Juventus in the group stages.
The match will be important for the pair, as Real Madrid are one of just three teams in the competition to have beaten Inter in their past five matches.
Atletico may also be a threat to win it, but Juventus have not lost to Atletico since August 2014.
4 Getty Images 5/2 Who is Napoli’s new signing?
Napoli have been linked with Juventus striker Giorgio Chiellini in recent days, but it’s unlikely the Neras will be getting a deal done soon.
The 27-year-old, who joined Napoli from Genoa in 2014, scored 11 goals in 19 Serie A games for the Rossoneri last season.
He also had a loan spell at Fiorentina last season and was recently linked with a move to Real Madrid.