The veteran defender is confident the Rossoneri can get a good result on Sunday, but has warned against the threat of strikers Carlos Tevez and Fernando Llorente
The Rossoneri sit only ninth in the league table at the moment and are trailing the leaders by 31 points, yet Bonera is confident they can get a good result on Sunday when they host the reigning Italian champions.
"We know there’s a long road ahead of us but we’re not afraid of Juventus," Bonera, 32, told Milan Channel.
"We want to continue with the good results we’ve been starting to get recently."
The defender then went on to single out the attacking partnership of Carlos Tevez and Fernando Llorente as Juventus' biggest threat, but warned his team-mates there's more to the reigning champions than just their attack.
"Tevez and Llorente are a good mix as you can see from the numbers, but it’s not just those two. The rest of the team support them very well. They have great individual players in the middle and at the back."
Milan were beaten 3-2 by Juventus when both sides met earlier this season in Turin, although they have changed coaches since then, with Clarence Seedorf now in charge following Massimiliano Allegri's disposal in mid-January.