It would be a 28th trophy in four countries for the five-time Ballon d'Or victor, a haul which includes five Champions League, and the Euro 2016 title with Portugal.
"Huesca is a risky game", warned Valverde, whose side have an 11-point lead over Atletico at the top of the table with just seven games to play.
Leonardo Semplici dogged side also have history against them, as they have beaten Juventus just once in their history, way back in 1957. Last time it was 5-0 in Porto and 0-0 at Anfield, this time it was 2-0 in Liverpool and think we may have a similar scoreline this time round.
Even if they do lose or draw against Huesca, their progress in the league wouldn't hurt too much.
In the first game.
"When you see the atmosphere here and the team they have and it being the Champions League, it's hard to win here", Valverde said.
"That memory from PSG will help the players and us as a team, that we know we can turn things around", coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer said.
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Former Manchester United defender Rio Ferdinand was amongst the pundits to have praised McTominay for his mature performance during the Champions League clash this week.
But the decision backfired, as despite taking the lead through teen sensation Moise Kean, Juventus slipped to a 2-1 defeat at the Serie A strugglers.
"Barcelona here at the Nou Camp is a hard prospect but the memory will live with the players, it's not long ago".
"But away from home we have beat Juventus, we beat PSG and now we have to go to Barcelona and win that one".
Overall, they were better than Huesca but never really got out of second gear.
Juve have lost five finals since last tasting victory in Europe's top club competition in 1996, and will seek to take a step to atone for that when Ronaldo and Co. return for the home leg against Ajax on Tuesday.
The hosts continued to play on the front foot and were rewarded with 15 minutes remaining when Floccari raced on to a loose ball in the area and swept a finish into the corner.
"Our goal is to win the league and we are close on that".