Italy coach Cesare Prandelli has voiced his opinion that this weekend's Serie A clash between AC Milan and Juventus will not be decisive in the title race.
Massimiliano Allegri's men currently hold a one-point lead over the Old Lady, who have one game in hand, and could move further clear of their biggest rivals for the Scudetto on Saturday.
However, Prandelli has stressed that there is still a long way to go in the campaign, and expects the title race to remain exciting right until the end regardless of the outcome in San Siro.
"In my opinion, it is too early to talk about a decisive match. The season is still long and these two teams will be fighting for the title right until the end," Prandelli stated to Eurosport.
"Both Milan and Juventus have been very consistent this term, and have a well-defined identity. I expect a balanced game. This year's Serie A is very fascinating."