As the first leg ended 2-2 in Turin, they must either win or play a score draw of 2-2 and above.
“On Wednesday, the details will be fundamental," Rugani told JTV. “I think it'll be a more open game compared to the one against Lazio, who defended very deep with everyone behind the ball.
“In theory, English teams ought to behave differently… We start from that 2-2 home result and must give more than 100 per cent, because it'll take an extraordinary performance to win."
“Dybala scored the goal all by himself and was phenomenal to get it in the net. After the goal, we joked and I told him it'd count as an assist from me.
“Our strength is this: we believe to the end. These aren't just words, but they are in our DNA and we proved that in a tough game against a difficult side who defend well and have quick strikers dangerous on the counter-attack. We knew the risks, having lost to them twice before this season.
“We've now gone back to defending like Juve. Solidity was always our main characteristic and it's not just down to the defenders. When there are such drastic improvements, it's the whole team that contributes, starting from the work done by the forwards."