The Giallorossi boss has lavished praise on the Old Lady but warns his side will be going for all three points when the two teams meet
The capital outfit are still yet to register a victory in 2013 and will welcome a Bianconeri side who have won their last three games in all competitions.
Nevetheless, Andreazzoli, who was installed as head coach following the sacking of Zdenek Zeman two weeks ago, has revealed his side are targeting a return to winning ways despite admitting the Old Lady's superior league position.
"I think every game is a good chance to bring home the three points," he said at a press conference.
"We'll take each game as it comes in the league and Coppa Italia. We'll give it everything.
"Tomorrow we take on the Italian champions - there'll be a great crowd, our opponents deserve respect and we've just got this one chance. We won't lack commitment. We want to show that we can produce a big result.
"One-sided match? That's what the stats say and Juventus are definitely ahead of us in every area. They're really well organised, you can see the great job [Antonio] Conte's done there, and I must congratulate him on that.
The 59-year-old then admitted that he wants his side to develop a nasty streak and become difficult to beat.
"[Martin] Caceres said he expects a more aggressive Roma side? He's right, I expect that too. The lack of bite is one of our flaws and it's something we're working on."