Cesena boss Pierpaolo Bisoli is under no illusions of the task his newly-promoted outfit face tomorrow night against a Juventus side boasting a fearsome home record.
The manager has steered the Cavallucci Marini to a respectable eleventh place after the first three games of the season but admits his men will have to be at the top of their game if they are to stop the Bianconeri bandwagon rolling on in Turin.
Speaking to the media ahead of his team’s departure from Emilia-Romagna, Bisoli said: “Juventus have not lost at home for two-and-a-half years and it’s been four games since they last conceded. We’ll look to maintain a high tempo and flood the midfield in order to try and stifle their top class players.
“These are the easiest games to prepare for, because you can only ever be focused when playing against Juventus. Four points represent a great return for us so far, but we’re still working to improve. We need to get a few players back and patience will also be required.”