Massimiliano Allegri's opposite number Rolando Maran called on his Chievo team to shrug off the disappointment of last weekend's defeat to Crotone at the Stadio Bentegodi tomorrow as the Gialloblu look to put on a show for their home supporters.
Warning that his side have the right tools to cause the champions trouble in Verona, coach Maran had this to say of their chances on Sunday afternoon:
"We want to play our own game and make sure we give a good account of ourselves as we have done so far this season.
"Defeat last week was tough to swallow so you can expect to see the team come out fighting with the right level of aggression against Juventus. We all know their qualities but at the same time, we're aware of our own strengths and what we need to do to cause them trouble.
"They are missing a few key players but with Dybala or without, Juve are still Juve. They are top of the league and are going well in the Champions League too. We've grown recently and we'll look to give them a good game."