Juventus have been a long way from their best domestically. REUTERS/Ciro De Luca
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Juventus host Sevilla hoping to continue their positive start to this season's Champions League in a group D encounter that will see both sides endeavor to leave their poor domestic form well behind them. Juventus' stock among Europe's football elite rose considerably after they became the first Italian team since Inter Milan in 2010 to reach last season's final, where they were outclassed 3-1 by Barcelona.While Juventus have dropped to 15th place with just five points from six games – their worst start to a season since 1969-70 – Sevilla sit just two points off the relegation zone in La Liga after six games.Midfielder Sami Khedira also trained with the squad Monday, but the German, whose Juve debut lasted only 25 minutes into a preseason friendly against Marseille on Aug. 1, is not expected to be match fit until next weekend.
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