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      15.02.2019 14:00 - in: Women S

      Juventus Women, ahead of Juve-Milan

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      Aurora Galli, Cristiana Girelli and Stefano Braghin spoke about their approach ahead of the big match against Milan. "To win will be a big step forward."

      Sunday's big match is fast approaching, the clash at the top of the Serie A Women's table between Juventus and Milan. It will be a fascinating game where the Juventus Women want to win, in order to create an important gap ahead of the Rossonere and to revenge the first leg result.

      STEFANO BRAGHIN: "A GAME THAT WILL INDICATE THE BATTLE FOR THE SCUDETTO"

      "With six games to go until the end, this isn't decisive, but it can indicate the read to the final in the championship," confirmed Stefano Braghin, Head of Academy Organisational Department and Juventus Women. "Many of our girls have impeccable mastery and ball-handling, to which they add a great deal of dedication to work."

      AURORA AND CRISTIANA SPEAK

      Here's Aurora Galli's words: "We reflected on the first leg game, and we said, 'Like that we will never go ahead' - it was the turning point. Now we have relaxed but we are still very hungry. We want the points. We are aiming for the Scudetto, like our main contenders, we must not forget that in addition to Milan there is also Fiorentina, but beating the Rossoneri would really be a step forward."

      "Juventus- Milan has always fascinated me, even in the men's matches," confessed Cristiana Girelli. "The loss in the first match was an important episode. The last match draw? It was a setback, but luckily everything is still in our hands. To win against Milan will be very important, but not decisive, there will be a gap (at the top of the table). We are preparing for the game by analysing the errors from the game in Bergamo, and we know that Milan is a very fast team. What will be the difference will be the hunger to win."

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