Juventus boss Antonio Conte has called his side's Champions League quarter-final with Bayern Munich 'a challenging fixture'.
The Bianconeri were drawn with the Bundesliga leaders in the last eight of the competition.
And the 43-year-old has claimed that his men will face a tough proposition in Jupp Heynckes' side.
“We are aware that the quarter-finals will present us with a challenging fixture,” he told the club's official website.
“After Chelsea, now we're playing last year's other finalist.
“They are one of the most consistent sides in Europe and will have the advantage of their great experience accumulated over the years.
“The game will certainly be a stimulating affair and we'll experience it with maximum calmness, concentration and joy.
“We're chasing a dream and want to enjoy this experience all the way until the end.”
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