The Turin powerhouse remained unbeaten all season in 2011-12, and they are determined to keep up their good run of form against Catania
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"The unbeaten streak is not something we think about. We just look to take to the field and win every game," the Juve assistant coach said at a press conference.
"Of course every team will be aiming to beat us and end our run, but we go into every encounter with maximum determination.
"We’ll give the game against Catania our full attention. They’ve got excellent players and are lethal on the counter attack.
"We usually play at a high tempo in the second half, but tomorrow we'll need to dictate the game from the beginning."
Sunday's encounter is scheduled to kick off at 13:30CET.