Udinese goal machine Antonio Di Natale feels that Wednesday’s game against Juventus will reveal just how good his side actually are.
Udinese have a 100 per cent home record in Serie A this season, but visitors Juve are unbeaten in the top flight.
“The game against Antonio Conte’s side will be fundamental to understand what our real ambitions are for the season,” the 34-year-old commented.
“If we come away with a win then we will actually get back to the top of the table. This match could be like a massive trampoline for us.”
Udinese are joint second in Serie A with Milan, two points shy of the Old Lady, also thanks to Di Natale’s 10 goals in 14 games.
Francesco Guidolin’s outfit finished the last campaign in fourth place before selling Alexis Sanchez, Gokhan Inler and Cristian Zapata over the summer.
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