Frosinone boss Roberto Stellone says he is looking forward to the opportunity of pitting his wits against the reigning champions of Italy tomorrow afternoon at the Stadio Matusa.
The 38-year-old, whose side lie in 19th position, is looking to Frosinone’s last performance against Juventus as inspiration, which saw Leonardo Blanchard’s late header upset the odds to secure the newly-promoted side a share of the spoils in September.
Speaking to the media this afternoon, Stellone said: “It’s a great game to play in and I would love to be out there myself. We all know it’s a really tough task but we’ve got to believe we can do it.
“We’re aware we have to put in the hard yards, never give in and try to take our chances when they come our way. We’ll have to play more of a waiting game. With the qualities that Juventus possess we can’t allow them space in which to operate.
“If we fall behind we mustn’t go chasing the game. We need to take heart from our performance at Juventus Stadium where we stayed right in it until the end.”