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 By Ben Gladwell

Paulo Dybala, Claudio Marchisio out injured for Juventus' trip to Bayern

The ESPN FC team discuss Juventus' trip to Munich for the second leg of their UCL clash, with the aggregate tied at 2-2.

Paulo Dybala and Claudio Marchisio have both been ruled out of Juventus' Champions League clash with Bayern Munich on Wednesday night, joining Giorgio Chiellini on the sidelines for the Bianconeri.

Dybala -- Juve's top scorer this season with 14 Serie A goals -- picked up a knock in training on Monday. He was later diagnosed with a swollen soleus muscle.

"He will therefore remain in Turin where his condition will be monitored ahead of Sunday's Serie A fixture against Torino," read a statement on the Serie A club's official website.

Paulo Dybala has scored 14 Serie A goals this season.

Midfielder Marchisio tore a calf muscle also in training on Monday and he has been ruled out for 20 days. Either Stefano Sturaro or Hernanes will replace Marchisio, with both impressing as substitutes in the first leg and Sturaro netting his first Champions League goal in that fixture.

Chiellini, who missed the first leg with a calf injury, still has not recovered while there is also a doubt over former Bayern forward Mario Mandzukic, who picked up a groin injury during Friday night's win over Sassuolo.

Coach Massimiliano Allegri is therefore without several key players for his side's biggest game of the season so far. After a 2-2 draw in the first leg, Juve have their work cut out beating a side they last defeated in November 2005.

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