Juventus
    15.02.2018 17:30 - in: Serie A S

    De Sciglio: "An important derby"

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    Juventus right-back, Mattia De Sciglio gives his thoughts ahead of the weekend's Derby della Mole

    STILL ALL TO PLAY FOR IN LONDON

    "We will go to London and show the same attitude that we had in the opening 10 minutes of the first leg.. We know that it will be a battle and it will be tough, but also that they will give us chances and we have to be sure to take them.

    "We have to be positive and confident, because although it's true that it will be a difficult match, qualification is still open. We know that we are playing a strong team, but we will do everything possible in order to qualify."

    FOCUSING ON THE DERBY

    "This weekend's derby is at a different time than usual, so all of the preparation will be dictated by this, from the time we wake up, to the time that we eat at. It's going to be an important game, not just because of the three points that are at stake, but also because it's a derby. It's a game that you have to approach with the right physical and mental condition.

    "Mazzarri has brought more organisation and compactness to the Torino team, and you can see that from their latest results. Furthermore, it's going to be a hostile atmosphere, so we will have to be well prepared." 

    NECK AND NECK WITH NAPOLI

    "Napoli are having an extraordinary season, but we are also doing very well and we have to continue to play until the very end. Napoli has continuity in terms of performance and results, so we too will have to avoid dropping any points."

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