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How should Juventus line up against Barcelona in the second leg of the Champions League quarterfinals on Wednesday?

This is what you could call an important game.

Pescara Calcio v Juventus FC - Serie A Photo by Giuseppe Bellini/Getty Images

First lineup post in a while. Life unfortunately gets in the way sometimes. Juventus head into Camp Nou on Wednesday for the second leg of their Champions League quarterfinal against Barcelona.

The Bianconeri are in a solid position to advance with a 3-0 lead after 90 minutes, but of course, there are still 90 minutes to be played. Keeping Barcelona off the scoresheet at home was a big positive, but then again — Barcelona has come back from worse already this year. Juventus will still need to be at their best to advance.

Marko Pjaca remains injured, and I’m writing this a little early so it’s unclear if Paulo Dybala will be ready to go or not. If he is, vote for him. If it is serious, don’t vote for him. Everyone else should be good to go.

I can see the votes being split between going with the 4-2-3-1 and going for the throat, or adding an extra defender to make it a 3-5-2 to try to protect the three-goal lead. The 3-5-2 haters will be upset that I’m even mentioning it as a possibility, but I know for a fact that there’s a substantial quiet group of voters that have and will continue to vote for the 3-5-2.

All things considered, who do you want to start on Wednesday vs. Barcelona? Remember, this is who YOU would select, not who you think Max is going to pick.