Following this afternoon's draw at the UEFA headquarters in Nyon, Juventus will face AS Monaco in the Champions League semi-finals.
The first leg, set to be contested on Wednesday 3 May, will take place at the Stade Louis II in Monte Carlo. The two teams will then meet again six days later at Juventus Stadium on Tuesday 9 May.
The draw marks a repeat of the 1997/98 semi-finals where the Bianconeri overcame the Monegasque club 6-4 on aggregate, and the 2014/15 quarter-finals, also won by Juve.
The winners of the tie will go on to meet either Real Madrid or Atletico Madrid in the final on 3 June at Cardiff's Principality Stadium, where the winners of the Juve-Monaco tie will be the "home" side.