Luiz Adriano will be suspended following his goal against Nordsjaelland.
Three points are three points, but don't kid yourself: Juventus did not play a good game tonight.
They looked uninspired in the first half, and while Torino never posed much of a threat, the Bianconeri were helped a great deal by Kamil Glik's horrible tackle that saw him get sent off.
On a side note, I'm already looking forward to the Milan fans saying that was not a red card, and the referee helped Juventus once again.
Despite all of this, Juve were still able to muster a number of chances, but failed to capitalise on the bulk of them.
Paul Pogba and Nicklas Bendtner in particular missed chances that should always find the back of the net.
Against a team like Torino, you can afford to miss some chances. Against Shakhtar, not so much.
Juventus only need a point against the current leaders in Group E of the Champions League, but a win would guaranteed first place for the Bianconeri. You can be sure Antonio Conte will be playing for the win and won't tell his troops to take it easy in the knowledge that a draw will suffice.
If Juve want to beat the Ukrainian champions, they can't afford to miss any big chances. At the UCL level, any miss can prove fatal.
Shakhtar nearly beat Juventus when these two sides last met. The Bianconeri will need a far better performance than the one we saw tonight if they wish to return from Donetsk with three points and the top spot in Group E.
Be sure to check Bleacher Report for all coverage of the Champions league game between Juventus and Shakhtar Donetsk.