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The 48-year-old feels the reigning champions look to dominate play more than the Partenopei, but believes that Walter Mazzarri's side are more than capable of winning the Scudetto

Juventus caretaker coach Massimo Carrera believes that his team play more attacking football than Napoli as the Partenopei try to hit their opponents on the counter-attack rather than dictate play themselves.

Both sides are level on points at the top of the Serie A table, but the stand-in trainer believes Saturday's encounter in Turin will not be decisive in the title race.

"Both teams line up with 3-5-2 systems, but we aim for a more offensive game," he stated at a press conference.

"They have a greater reliance on counter-attacks and individual moments of skill. We'll look to dictate the play, but need to be smart to try and halt their counter-attacks.

"There's still a long way to go in the championship and many other sides can enter the reckoning. It’s understandable that Napoli are aiming for the Scudetto - they've got everything in place to do so."

Juventus recorded a 4-2 win after extra-time when they met Napoli for the Supercoppa Italiana earlier this season.