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Regardless of there being 36 matches still left to play, the club president has attempted to downplay title talk despite his side's 100 per cent start to the Serie A season

Juventus president Andrea Agnelli has urged caution following the team's excellent start to the Serie A season.

The Turin side go into tonight's match with Bologna having taken six points from a possible six with two impressive victories.

The start has rather inevitably led to talk of a title challenge, but Agnelli is keen to focus on the matches ahead rather than discuss winning the Scudetto.

"We know what lies ahead. We have played two games. The path is very long," he told Tuttosport.

"[We have had] two useful results, two positive results, but there are 36 games remaining. From this point of view, we have not achieved anything."

Wednesday evening's match against Bologna is only Juventus's second at their new stadium, and fans will be hoping for a repeat of the performance which saw their side defeat Parma 4-1 in their opening game at home.