Juventus face Arsenal in the FA Cup semi-final, with the Gunners looking to salvage their title hopes with victory in Sunday’s final.

Arsenal have been on the front foot for much of the season, but have now won four of their last five matches to move four points clear of the chasing pack.

Juve have a game in hand on the Gunns, who have not beaten the Gunner since June 25, and there will be no shortage of excitement on the field in Sunday night’s clash at Stadio Olimpico, with Arsenal having the advantage of home advantage.

However, it will be the Gunnes, who were eliminated from the Champions League group stage by Paris Saint-Germain last weekend, who can look to extend their unbeaten run over the course of the competition to five matches.

Juventas goal will be to make it four in a row, as they beat Roma in their first-leg last week and drew 1-1 with Barcelona in the Europa League.

Juventus boss Francesco Guidolin has said the Gunens midfield has the strength to cope with Arsenal’s pressing, as well as the ability to deal with the likes of Alexis Sanchez and Edinson Cavani.

We can defend and counter. “

We will have a lot of experience in this position, and the balance of the midfield, as the team, will be really good.”

We can defend and counter.

We will try to defend as well, but we can also counter and play with a lot more pace.

“I am really pleased with the way we are playing.”