Juventus coach Ranieri ready for tactical battle with Chelsea's Hiddink
He said: "The Dutch tend to think even more than Italians of defending and then attacking the space on the counter. He rested [Nicolas] Anelka the way I rested Del Piero, so I expect him, [Salomon] Kalou and [Didier] Drogba to feature.
"He could instead opt for [Florent] Malouda from the start so that Anelka can come on when legs are tired. It doesn't matter, anyway, as Juventus must focus on their own game."
"You can consider it a clue if you like! Don't forget the media all said Del Piero and Trezeguet would play this evening and they didn't."