All Bianconeri fans will be very familiar with Barcelona just five months on from Juve’s 3-0 aggregate victory over Barcelona in the Champions League quarter-finals.
It has been a summer of change for the Blaugrana with Brazilian forward Neymar leaving for Paris Saint-Germain, though they have strengthened the side with another Brazilian, Paulinho, as well as Nelson Semedo from Benfica and Gerard Deulofeu returning from Everton.
Of course, the Spanish side still boasts one of the strongest teams in Europe with Lionel Messi, Luis Suarez, Gerard Pique and Andres Iniesta leading the way. Barcelona hold five European Cups, tied for third-most in the competition's history, including four won since 2006.
Aside from last year, the two sides met in the 2015 Champions League final but they have have never been placed together in the group stage.