Genoa have won two games in a row under new coach Davide Ballardini and full-back Rafinha believes that they can extend their winning streak against Juventus this weekend if they give their best effort.
"This is a balanced and very difficult league. The football is less dynamic and slower than in Germany," he admitted to genoacfc.it.
"Against a strong team like Juventus our concentration must be at the maximum in each moment. We are training in an effort to gain more continuity and get more points."
The Grifoni have 17 points after 12 matches, just inside the top half of the Serie A table along with Palermo and Udinese. Juventus are in fourth place with 20 points.
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