Juventus has already gone ahead to release a list of 19 players that they will field tonight as they aim at making a better campaign than what they did last season-reaching the Uefa Champions League final.
The Italian champions will prove a challenge for the high flying Spurs as they have a very well balanced team.
Fellow analyst Neil Lennon hailed Kane as one of the best strikers in Europe, with both pundits claiming that they can't see the England striker wanting to leave the club despite interest from some of Europe's richest clubs.
The side from London are scheduled to visit Italy for the first leg of the Champions League round of 16 tie lon Tuesday, with the 32-year-old striker looking to do all he can to feature against his former employers.
"Juventus play to win the Champions League but we are not the favourites to win it".
Scoring one goal in Turin is a hard enough task, failed by most, but Tottenham needed two to get back level.
Juve were unsafe on the counter-attack with Higuain nearly scoring a third but Tottenham were back in the tie when Alli picked out Kane after 35 minutes and the England striker rounded Buffon before sliding home. I want to congratulate the players - 2-0 down in Turin to a team so hard to break down. Here we look at the key battles which will define the tie, which is live on BT Sport 2.
He played 90 minutes in Spurs' Emirates FA Cup fourth-round replay victory against Newport at Wembley last week, and declared after the match he is fit and ready to play.
Juventus's regrets centred upon a Gonzalo Higuaín's penalty miss in first-half stoppage-time but, make no mistake, this was a richly deserved result for Tottenham.
"Tomorrow we'll have to play an excellent match for a tactical point of view, because otherwise if we just focus on the physical aspect we could suffer a lot".
"I feel so proud. The fans and the players have to work with each other as we did in those games and from then forward we've been really strong".