Chievo boss Rolando Maran says he will stick to his guns and set up his side to play on the front foot during tomorrow’s encounter with the Bianconeri, in spite of the 28-point gap separating the sides.
The 51-year-old tactician, who replaced Eugenio Corini earlier on in the campaign, believes there is no reason why his men should not dare to dream in Turin, citing the game as a stimulating challenge for the Verona strugglers.
Speaking to the media ahead of his team’s departure, Maran said: “Juve barely give you an inch at home, so we’ll need to play with intensity and great determination, looking to get into their half and create danger. We mustn’t change our style of play, not even against Juventus.
“It’s never right to settle for the draw. Chievo will try and play on the front foot, even against the best team in the league. Games like tomorrow’s against Juventus could even bring out the best out in us. These are encounters that give you plenty of motivation.”