PSG coach Carlo Ancelotti is reluctant to give a prediction for this weekend's big game between Juventus and AC Milan.

Ancelotti says he can't predict the outcome of Saturday's Scudetto clash between Milan and Juventus.

"It's hard to say how it will end," Ancelotti, who coached both teams, told Tuttosport.

"Milan have some expert players, men who are used to winning these types of games. However, Juve will arrive at San Siro with great enthusiasm."

Reigning champions Milan lead the standings given their one-point advantage over a Juve side who have a game in hand.

"Milan have maintained the same level as last season," the former Chelsea tactician continued.

"Juventus, though, have quickly grown thanks to the work of boss Antonio Conte, the arrival of important players and the management of Andrea Agnelli.

"Enthusiasm and the new stadium has done the rest. The climate that has been created, the clear objectives and the style of football are helping every player to give even more."