Mauricio Pochettino's side surprised many by pulling off a 2-2 draw with the Serie A champions in the first leg of their last-16 clash in Turin last month, and now enjoy the away-goal advantage for Wednesday's Wembley meeting. "The best way is to start sharp and like we usually do at home", the France global said. "We need to feel free".
We write "at least" 4000, because the Italian newspaper believe that even more could descend on England's capital, much like they did against Barcelona past year.
"We know very well that we are going to play one of the best teams in Europe, but we are a fearless team, very positive people that love the challenge, and tomorrow is a massive challenge".
"If something happens which is not quite ideal or is only half a mistake, then in my next game, I am always determined to provide the answer I feel is due", he said at a news conference at Wembley.
"We are in the most important part of the season".
"If we perform the way we usually do we will be close to winning and going through to the next stage".
"That said, there will be chances for us in attack tomorrow night and the team that takes their opportunities will win". "This is the state of the team today and the whole club - a chance to show the quality and strength we have here".
Spurs have secured a place in the Premier League's top four spots over the past two seasons under Pochettino.
However, they rebounded to beat Borussia Dortmund 3-1 in their Champions League group-stage opener, kick-starting a current run of one loss in 21 home games.
"We respect our football, our philosophy". We've known each other for a while now and it's a good feeling!
"They're strong physically and technically and they will put us under pressure".
Higuain scored both Juve goals and missed a penalty in the 2-2 draw in the first leg. Mattia De Sciglio, who had also been rated doubtful, has also made the squad and is likely to start ahead of Stephan Lichtsteiner at right-back.
"Higuain is one of the best strikers in the world". Like Paulo Dybala or Lionel Messi, this type of player.
The former Southampton boss went on to express his condolences over the death of Fiorentina skipper Davide Astori who passed away on Sunday.
"The first leg was another example of the attitude we have in the team", Lloris said.
"It's a massive tragedy".
"We are still not satisfied after the successes in recent years, and that is what stands us apart". I had the possibility to meet him, he was a great person, great player, great professional.
"It was very sad news on Saturday. We are devastated about the situation and I send all of my energy to his family".
"I know it's so hard, impossible to take away that pain and find an explanation". As it turns out, the same thing could well happen again, despite the rules being changed.