Parma will travel to Juventus in Serie B on Saturday after winning the first leg of their last-16 tie.
The Viola have reached the Champions League final, where they will play Real Madrid on Tuesday.
Juventus were held to a goalless draw by Napoli in last year’s Europa League quarter-final.
Parma had won all five previous meetings, including the last two.
The last time Juventus reached the last-32 was back in 2010.
The game will be the first game of the Champions league round of 16, which will be played in March.
This will be Parma’s fourth meeting with Juve in the last six seasons.
“It will be a very important game for Parma,” said coach Federico Mancini.
It will mark the third time in six years Parma have reached last-legs at the top level, and will also be the third meeting between the sides.
Parma have been without their star striker, Paulo Dybala, who suffered a knee injury in the first half of the tie.
He has not been seen since.
A few weeks ago, Dybals team doctor was reported to have refused to perform the operation that would have kept him out of the game.
Juventus manager Massimiliano Allegri had warned against playing a player who could be on the brink of retirement.
However, Dybol had been in talks with Parma, who are currently playing in the Champions Cup.
Dybol is expected to fly to Italy for treatment after being diagnosed with a knee problem.
Possible line-up: Parma: Alessandro De Marchi, Andrea Pirlo, Matteo Mancinelli, Marco Bertolacci, Luca Antonelli, Federico Di Francesco, Paolo Pazzini, Mauro Icardi, Stefano Gabbiadini, Paoli Rossi, Fabio Quagliarella.
Juve: Paulo Dybol, Andrea Barzagli, Francesco Totti, Matteos Del Piero, Massimilian Brocchi, Gianluigi Buffon, Giuseppe Rossi, Alessandro Del Pieros, Federica Mogherini.