Spurs travel to Turin for the first leg of their round-of-16 clash
against the Italian giants, with Dybala a doubt due to a hamstring
problem that forced him to sit out Friday's win over Fiorentina.
"I think Dybala will recover and I hope he does, because I think it's
always nice to play against the best in the world," Pochettino told Rai Sport.
"I put Dybala in that category because he is a special talent and
seeing him on the pitch is wonderful, even if he might cause your team a
Dybala has 14 goals from 19 Serie A appearances this season but has
yet to score in the Champions League, and Juve manager Massimiliano
Allegri confirmed after their win over the Viola that he is a doubt, as
is defender Andrea Barzagli.
"We hope he’ll be available," Allegri said on Dybala.
"I cannot take
risks, he’s an important player, we can not accelerate his recovery and
then lose him all season."
Kick-off is at 21:45 SA time.