Emanuele Giaccherini insists his Juventus side are ready to face the trials and tribulations of the rescheduled fixture list.
The Old Lady are set to be busy over the next four weeks as they have the second leg of their Coppa Italia semi-final against Milan to play, as well as two postponed Serie A matches.
“We are facing a real tour de force, but we are ready,” the midfielder, co-owned with Cesena, told Sky Sport Italia.
“The Coach is good at rotating his players and he has drummed the same mentality into everyone here,” he continued.
“I believe that has been seen on the pitch and those who have played less up until now have always provided a great response when called upon.
“The squad is large and has quality. Even with the many games to be faced, there won’t be any problems.”
Juve’s game at Bologna on Sunday was postponed which allowed Milan, with their victory at Udinese, to go back to the top of the table.
“I saw the match and I have to say that Milan are enjoying a great season,” the midfielder continued.
“However, this mustn’t interest us. I look at what we’re doing – it doesn’t interest me how the others are getting on.”
Juventus are next in action on Wednesday evening when they take on Parma in their re-arranged League clash from Week 21.
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