Livorno’s Leandro Greco believes his side can take advantage of a ‘tired’ Juventus team when the sides meet on Monday.
Antonio Conte’s Old Lady played in Europa League on Thursday, four days after losing to Napoli at San Paolo.
The Amaranto meanwhile have not played since fighting back to draw 2-2 against Inter and the 27-year-old says they have nothing to lose come next Monday.
“It won’t be an easy match,” Greco told Radio Mana today. “But we want to give our best to try and get a result.
“Even a draw wouldn’t be bad when you take on such a strong team.
“But I think Juve have used up a lot of energy in these last few days, so from a physical point of view they won’t be in great condition.
“Therefore I think we can hurt them. The only problem is they have a very competitive squad.
“However, we have nothing to lose and against Inter we never gave up and the result came for us.
“Our Scudetto is staying up, but I would be happy if Roma caught Juve.”
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