Inter thwarted the Bianconeri's attempts to go 50 games unbeaten in November, and the centre-back is hoping they can slow down their title charge on Saturday
Andrea Stramaccioni's men's form in recent times has been a cause for concern, although in their last outing before the international break they recorded a morale-boosting victory over Tottenham in the Europa League.
The win for Inter in November ended Juventus’ 49-game unbeaten run in Serie A, and the centre-back is hoping to spoil the party once again on Saturday.
“We hope to repeat the trick and win again," he told Sportmediaset.
"We can beat Juventus by working as a team, that’s the real method. We should take an example from our performance in the second leg against Tottenham, when we moved as one.”
Juventus are nine points clear at the top of Serie A while Inter are seven adrift of the final Champions League spot.