The Italian club remained a point in arrears of the Blues courtesy of their 4-0 home win over Danish club Nordsjaelland last night and now Alessio wants to get the better of last season's European champions in Turin on November 20.
That result could potentially put Juventus on top of the Group E depending on Shakhtar Donetsk's clash with Nordsjaelland and Alessio is desperate to gain every chance of progressing to the knockout phase of the prestigious competition.
"We wanted this victory and gained it through plenty of anger," he told the club's official website.
"We took to the field with determination, created a great deal and scored four goals.
"Now we'll need to beat Chelsea and give it a good go against Shakhtar in order to continue our Champions League adventure."