"Let's hope everything will be different (from Cardiff)", Juventus captain Gianluigi Buffon told the Spanish sports daily Marca.
Ending 5-2 in favour of Madrid, the Parisians who were a lot of people's favourites to win the competition were taught a footballing lesson as Real's experience and maturity proved the difference. "We need some extraordinary marking and some excellent defensive play".
Paulo Dybala has returned to top form after a hamstring injury, scoring the winning goal against Tottenham and inspiring last weekend's 3-1 win over AC Milan for 22 goals this season in all competitions.
"I got angry with Calhanoglu at one point because when he loses the ball he starts arguing".
"He's come back well and has astounded me because often in the past he hasn't done well coming off the bench", Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri said.
Juventus are without Morocco defender Medhi Benatia and midfielder Miralem Pjanic.
All of the Madrid squad have travelled to Turin, although defender Nacho could miss out with a thigh injury.
Isco trained on Sunday after missing Saturday's win over Las Palmas with a back problem and he may still be flying high from his hat-trick for Spain against Argentina last week.
But his performance clearly failed to satisfy Gattuso, who accused the attacker of being at fault for Juve's crucial second, scored by Juan Cuadrado in the 79th minute.
"We know we have to go to Juve with ambition and go there to score", Zidane, whose side have scored 36 goals during that run, said.
Speaking to the Telegraph, Allegri revealed that he intends to manage overseas when his tenure with Juventus comes to its conclusion, which may come as good news to Chelsea. He changed his position, uses less energy than before but is really lethal. What I saw every year is that he's growing. "I've learned this playing for both these clubs".
Real Madrid and Juventus, finalists of the 2016-17 Champions League, face-off in the first leg of their quarter-final of this season on Tuesday.