Versatile Juve look like bankers
Juventus should be bankers in what looks a comfortable group for the Italian champions.
Home is where the heart is for the Old Lady, who are unbeaten in their last 17 European matches in Turin.
And if they can get their campaign off to a flyer against Seville tomorrow there should be no way back for the Europa League winners.
Juve are a solid side with quality all over the pitch and Max Allegri can easily adapt between a three-man defence and a back four depending on the opposition with so many versatile performers.
Everyone knows their job within the side and they have added the quality of Gonzalo Higuain over the summer in an attempt to win the Champions League.
Higuain has played 120 minutes of Serie A action this season and has already scored three times.
The Old Lady will be even better once Claudio Marchisio returns from injury but Sami Khedira and Miralem Pjanic can keep the midfield ticking over in his absence and Mario Lemina is beginning to draw comparisons with the sold Paul Pogba.
Seville have changed most of their squad over the summer and have not convinced, even when they have won (6-4 against Espanyol and 2-1 against Las Palmas) so they may not be fully up to speed for matchday one.
Lyon have conceded seven goals in their last two Ligue 1 encounters and Zagreb have no realistic chance.
2pts 8-13 betway