Siena boss Sannino aims for Juventus upset
Juve thrashed Parma 4-1 last week to go top of the table and are the favourites to continue that run against Antonio Conte's former club.
"It is a special game for everyone," confessed Sannino. "However, I am more interested in what happens on the field rather than chit-chat.
"Everybody seems to think we're done for, but we have no intention of being bit-part players in this match. We want to cause a real headache for this Juve side."