The 54-year-old is expecting some first-class entertainment when the Turin outfit collide with Milan at the weekend
The Turin outfit currently sit at the top of the table league along with Udinese following an unbeaten start to the campaign.
Milan, on the other hand, have stumbled early in the season, but are coming off a 2-0 victory over Viktoria Plzen in the Champions League.
Prandelli is not voting for either side, but he is expecting to be entertained as he hailed Juve's progress under Antonio Conte.
"Two great teams will play each other, Milan are champions, while Juventus are second to no-one," Prandelli is quoted as saying by La Repubblica.
"Juventus have conviction in their play and I am sure it will be a great game."
Antonio Cassano continues to impress for his side and the coach was pleased to see the Italy international score against Plzen.
"Antonio has started well and he must continue like this," Prandelli said.
Kick-off at the Juventus Arena is at 2045 (CET).