Siena attacker Alessandro Rosina has admitted that this weekend's match with Genoa will be 'very difficult'.
The Robur play the Grifone this Saturday looking for the three points that will take them out of the relegation zone.
And the 29-year-old has claimed that the 18th place side are preparing as intensely as possible for the upcoming six-pointer.
“With Genoa it will be a very difficult match,” he told Sky Sport Italia. “It is a confrontation with a direct competitor.
“We hope to do well and we are preparing as best as we possibly can.
“It is hard to give a prediction because this championship throws up surprises all the time.
“We have to go to Genoa and try to win – that's all I can tell you.”
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