The Bianconeri have failed to collect a point after losing 2-1 to Paris Saint-Germain in France and then 2-1 at home to Portuguese giants Benfica in the first two matches of the 2022/23 edition. Their Israeli opponents have also lost both of their fixtures so far and this should come as a great opportunity for La Vecchia Signora to get their campaign on track.
Juventus v Maccabi Haifa: Predicted line-ups
Juventus still have Federico Chiesa and Paul Pogba as long-term absentees due to their respective injuries, but coach Massimiliano Allegri will be able to bring back Wojciech Szczesny for his first Champions League appearance of the campaign, and Manuel Locatelli will also return from a brief stint on the sidelines.
Maccabi Haifa coach Barak Bakhar does not have any notable absentees and will have a full-strength team to choose from. However, he will demand an improved performance from his team after their defeats in the opening two matchdays.
Juventus predicted XI v Maccabi Haifa (3-5-2): Szczesny; Danilo, Bonucci, Bremer; Cuadrado, Di Maria, Paredes, Locatelli, Kostic; Milik, Vlahovic.
Maccabi Haifa predicted XI v Juventus (4-3-3): Cohen; Sundgren, Batubinsika, Goldberg, Cornud; Chery, Lavi, Fani; Atzili, Pierrot, Haziza.
Juventus v Maccabi Haifa: When does the Champions League fixture start?
The Champions League Matchday 3 fixture of Juventus v Maccabi Haifa kicks off at 21:00 CEST – local time in Italy – making it a 20:00 kick-off in the United Kingdom and Ireland.
In the United States, kick-off of Juventus v Maccabi Haifa is 15:00 ET or 12:00 PT.
Juventus v Maccabi Haifa: Where to watch the Champions League fixture?
In the United States, every Champions League game in 2022/23 can be seen on Paramount+, including Juventus v Maccabi Haifa and the other fixtures of Champions League Matchday 3.
In the United Kingdom and Ireland, you can watch Juventus v Maccabi Haifa on BT Sport 8.