FC Bayern München still have a job to finish when they host Juventus FC in their UEFA Champions League Round of 16 second leg on Wednesday (kick-off: 20:45CET/19:45GMT).

The Bundesliga leaders appeared to be cruising into the last eight when Thomas Müller and Arjen Robben struck either side of half time in the first leg in Turin, but last season's finalists fought back to salvage an unlikely 2-2 draw.

Match report: Juventus 2-2 Bayern

Suffice to say Bayern will not be quite as forgiving at the Allianz Arena, where they are unbeaten in nine European matches since losing 4-0 to Real Madrid CF in the 2013/14 semi finals.

A win, goalless or 1-1 draw would see Pep Guardiola's join Bundesliga bedfellows VfL Wolfsburg in the quarter-finals. A repeat of the first leg would force extra time, but a defeat or a high-scoring draw would send the 24-time Bundesliga champions crashing out.

Match report: Wolfsburg 1-0 Gent (agg. 4-2)

Jerome Boateng and Javi Martinez are still missing for Bayern, while Juventus head coach Massimiliano Allegri will be without top scorer Paulo Dybala, defender Georgio Chiellini and midfielder Claudio Marchisio.

Match stats

  • Bayern have won their last three home matches against Italian opposition.
  • Bayern have won all but two of the 20 European ties in which they drew the first leg away from home.
  • Juventus' overall away record against Bundesliga clubs reads: W9, D6, L8.
  • The Old Lady have won both European ties where the home first leg finished 2-2, one of which came against Borussia Dortmund in the 1994/95 UEFA Cup semi finals.
  • Guardiola faced Juventus four times as a player, winning one and losing three.
  • Arturo Vidal won four successive Serie A titles with Juventus, before joining Bayern in summer 2015.
  • Kingsley Coman is currently on loan at Bayern from Juventus.
  • Juventus duo Andrea Barzagli and Sami Khedira won the Bundesliga with Wolfsburg (2009) and VfB Stuttgart (2007) respectively.
  • Juventus striker Mario Mandzukic was part of the Bayern side that won an unprecedented treble in 2012/13. He scored the opening goal in the 2013 Champions League final against Dortmund, but failed to find the net in five appearances against Bayern whilst playing for Wolfsburg (D2, L3).

Possible line-ups

Bayern: Neuer - Lahm (c), Kimmich, Benatia, Alaba - Alonso - Robben, Vidal, Müller, Costa - Lewandowski

Juventus: Buffon (c) – Lichtsteiner, Barzagli, Bonucci, Evra – Cuadrado, Khedira, Sturaro, Pogba – Mandzukic, Morata