Udinese boss Francesco Guidolin is expecting a two-horse race for the Italian championship this season.
Although his Bianconeri side are one of the teams hanging around the top spots, the tactician believes that the Scudetto will be contested between two old rivals.
“Juventus and Milan seem to be the sides who are best equipped for the League,” the former Parma man noted.
“There are other sides who could break through, like Lazio, Roma and Napoli, but I think that Juve and Milan have something extra.”
Udinese are currently joint second with Milan, only a point shy of leaders Juventus who face Napoli this evening.
“It’s nice to be up there amongst the top sides, but we know that it will be difficult to remain in those positions,” Guidolin conceded.
“We can’t compete with the more prestigious clubs…”
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