Despite their impressive League position, Juve have been blighted by draws on their travels and have shared the spoils four times on the road.
"We have had a good campaign so far and now we need to prove that we can do it on the road as well," Trez continued.
"We know that this won't be an easy game as Catania have been superb at home.
"At the moment we are happy in Malta. We are expecting good crowds for the training sessions as well as Wednesday's friendly.
"Since we arrived here we have been warmly received by the people of Malta and we are sure that lots of them will come to the stadium."