Siena boss Giuseppe Sannino knows they've been wrote off ahead of facing Juventus.

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.

"Juventus monopolised the media attention this week. We realise that Siena are small fry and only the local media pay attention to us.

"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."