“Of course beating Juventus would be good for us, for football, for the table and for the fans,” said Montella.
“We want to fight back after our loss to Genoa. It’s going to be a difficult game for Catania, but just as tough for Juve. I expect them to come here aggressive, compact, tight and able to defend with 10 men when needed.
“However, unlike our last home match with Siena, we will keep the centre of the team 30 metres further forward. We often don’t make the right decision in the final third and that has to change.”