Domenico Di Carlo has already beaten Napoli and Genoa, so warns Chievo want to make it a hat-trick against Juventus.
The Flying Donkeys have always been giant-killers, though their record against the Bianconeri is not very strong.
“A very difficult game awaits us, as both Chievo and Juve are in good shape, so it'll be a fast-paced encounter,” said the Coach.
“It will be wonderful to see a packed stadium, as that can help push us on towards victory.”
Although Juventus are the joint Serie A leaders, a Chievo win would put the two teams on a par in the table.
Neither side has any real injury concerns going into the afternoon kick-off.
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