The score on aggregate is delicately poised at 2-2, following what was an entertaining and memorable first leg in Italy.
Much to the satisfaction of Tottenham though, the advantage is slightly in our favour due to the golden pair of away goals which we managed to score.
The team produced the ultimate preparation for a match of this magnitude by seeing off Huddersfield Town at home over the weekend without too many concerns.
It is easy to say that the tie is very much in our favour at this point but we cannot go out there treating Juventus like Rochdale.
With their undoubted experience in this competition, the Italian giants will come out with a fierce effort and that has to be matched by our discipline, with and without the ball.
A solid start will be key, and it cannot be emphasised enough that our full-backs will have to remain attentive at both ends.
Juventus are unlikely to be as passive as they were in the first leg and therefore Lloris might be slightly busier than he was back in Italy.
Here is how we should line up anyway.