Juve's fortress, prolific Pogba and Guardiola losses – Champions League in Opta numbers

Juventus' home comforts and shot-hungry Real Madrid feature in the best of Tuesday's Opta Champions League numbers.

Pep Guardiola and Paul Pogba   -  Getty Images

A stunning home record in the Champions League is on the line for Juventus on matchday two, with the Serie A giants facing Young Boys without Cristiano Ronaldo.

The former Real Madrid superstar is serving a suspension for the visit of the Swiss side after he was controversially sent off two weeks ago in an away win against Valencia.

Another of Ronaldo's former clubs, Manchester United, will seek to put poor domestic form behind them in its contest with Valencia, while Premier League rival Manchester City is seeking to bounce back from defeat to Lyon when it travels to Hoffenheim.

German giant Bayern Munich is among the other top sides in Champions League action on Tuesday and here, we assess the eight ties with the use of Opta numbers.

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Bayern Munich vs Ajax

24 –  Bayern has won 24 of its last 25 home games in the Champions League - its only loss coming against Manchester City, which beat it 3-2 in December 2013.

10 –  Ajax has played 10 away games in the Champions League since its last win, which came in October 2011 against Croatian side Dinamo Zagreb.

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AEK Athens vs Benfica

13 –  Benfica is on a run of four straight away losses in the Champions League, and has not been beaten in five consecutive away games in the competition's history. It has not scored a single goal in that sequence, but has conceded 13 times.

0 –  AEK Athens was the only team that failed to land a single shot on target on matchday one, when it lost 3-0 away to Ajax.

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Hoffenheim vs Manchester City

1 –  Pep Guardiola has lost five of his last six games in the Champions League, winning the other, with those defeats as many as the former Barcelona and Bayern coach lost in his previous 28 combined in the competition.

10 –  This will be Hoffenheim's 10th European match. Its record so far stands at one win - against Istanbul Basaksehir - three draws and five defeats.

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Lyon vs Shakhtar Donetsk

12 –  Of the 17 most recent goals scored by Shakhtar Donetsk in the Champions League, 15 have been scored by South Americans - 12 of them coming from Brazilians.

6 –  Lyon has only won one of its last eight home games in the Champions League and the Ligue 1 side has failed to score in six of those matches.