Cesena boss Domenico Di Carlo says his men will need to be at the top of their game if they are to prevent the Bianconeri bandwagon from rolling on at the Dino Manuzzi on Sunday.
The 50-year-old, who has won one of his 11 previous top flight managerial encounters against Juventus, is confident his relegation-threatened team have what it takes to continue their recent upsurge in form by coming away with a result tomorrow night.
The keys to success, he believes, are shutting the Bianconeri down when in possession and being at the races from a tactical point of view.
Speaking to the media in Emilia-Romagna, Di Carlo says: “The only way to try and beat Juventus is by denying them time and space in which to express themselves. We need to show what we’re made of out on the pitch and I’m convinced we’ll put in a top-rate performance.”
“We’ll need to be extremely alert because Juve aren’t just a team blessed with great technique, they’re also a physical side. We’ll require a perfect performance from a tactical standpoint.”