Having topped Group F by six points from Arsenal, Tuesday’s first leg will be Bayern’s first European test since Pep Guardiola’s departure at the end of the season was confirmed.

The Spaniard is to join Manchester City and his three-season Bayern spell will be looked upon far more kindly if he can deliver a sixth Champions League crown alongside the array of domestic honours won during his tenure.

Thomas Muller’s impressive bicycle kick was the pick of the goals on Saturday but the Germany international warned Bayern must improve if they are to claim a first-leg advantage this week.

“I controlled it quite well with my chest, then I had to somehow direct it towards goal,” he explained of the acrobatic strike. “But I don’t want to overstate it. If I score an ugly goal it’s worth just as much. We’re glad we’ve clinched three crucial points.

“We’ll have to be smarter in Turin on Tuesday, we mustn’t miss as many chances there.”

Franck Ribery made his return from a long-term thigh injury on Saturday while Mario Gotze was an unused substitute following a calf complaint. Both could feature against Juve although Jerome Boateng (groin) and Javi Martinez (knee) are ruled out.

Former Bayern striker Mario Mandzukic (thigh) is doubtful for Juve with Giorgio Chiellini (calf) and Alex Sandro (thigh) also likely to miss out.