With 30 league titles (soon to be 31) and nine Italian cups, Juventus are the most successive club in Italian domestic competition. The "Old Lady" has also won the UEFA Champions League twice (in 1985 and 1996), and been runners-up on five occasions.
Juventus are aiming for their first semi-final appearance since 2002/03, when the Old Lady made it into the last four at the expense of Barcelona (1-1 draw at home, 2-1 win away).
Since then, the Turin side has lost in the quarter-finals on three occasions, most recently in the 2012-2013 season when they went down 4-0 on aggregate to Bayern Munich. The Italian side's overall record at the quarter-final stage of the UEFA Champions League reads: 10 wins, 5 defeats.
Juventus have not lost at home in UEFA competitions for 11 matches, and are on a run of three wins in four games in Turin this season, including a 2-1 victory over Dortmund in the last 16.
The Bianconeri have lost only one of 16 European ties played at their new Juventus Stadium (9 wins, 6 draws, 1 defeat).
Against French sides in knockout competition, the Turin side's stats are as convincing as they come with 10 wins, and not a single aggregate defeat.
- "Juve" have never lost at home to French opposition: 9 wins, 2 draws, 0 defeats. In the quarter-finals of the UEFA Europa League, they won 2-1 against Olympique Lyonnais last season (3-1 on aggregate).