Parma boss Roberto Donadoni has called on his men to raise their game and give “110 per cent” as they aim to bring an end to the Bianconeri’s imperious home Serie A record by claiming a positive result tomorrow night in Turin.
Juventus have won all 14 Serie A encounters contested on home soil this season and will be out to take one further step towards a historic third consecutive Scudetto in front of a passionate home crowd on Wednesday.
Parma, however, are on an impressive run of form themselves, having emerged victorious from all five away games contested in 2014, establishing a club record in the process.
Unbeaten since the two sides’ last meeting in November, Donadoni has challenged his men to silence the roar of Juventus Stadium with an impeccable performance.
Speaking ahead of his team’s departure for Turin, the 50-year-old said: “Juventus have been ruling the roost for three years now and we know we have a difficult task on our hands. It will be nice to face them in an important stadium where we’ll need to produce a performance of the highest level and give 110 per cent – that’s the only way we’ll be able to think about taking points from the encounter. The stadium makes the difference, but we’ve got plenty of motivation, enthusiasm and desire to do well in such a prestigious setting.”