The Macedonia international still remembers their meeting from earlier this season, and is gunning for revenge when they face each other again
The Partenopei were beaten in controversial fashion at the start of the season as they had two players dismissed, while Juventus were awarded a spot-kick, and Pandev is desperate to make amends on October 20 in Turin.
"We have to go to Juventus without showing them any fear. We have shown that we can trouble any opponent. We have what it takes to beat the Italian champions," Pandev was quoted as saying by Tuttosport.
"We all know how our previous game against them ended. We have to make amends for that defeat.
"The Supercoppa was one big lie. I didn't say anything to the linesman, yet I was still sent off. One thing's certain, though, I won't even look at one of the match officials this time.
"I now understand how to play against Juventus."
Juventus and Napoli sit joint first in the Serie A table at the moment with 19 points from seven games.