The promising defender believes that the Rossoneri await a tough game, but is hopeful of getting a good result against the Scudetto holders
The Rossoneri currently sit 12th in the league table, trailing leaders Juve by 17 points, but they are determined to cause the Old Lady as much trouble as possible as they target an upset.
"Sunday’s match against Juventus will be a tough match and a difficult one especially with what happened last year [with Sulley Muntari's ghost goal]," De Sciglio told Milan Channel.
"Juventus are one of the best teams in Italy. We’ll put in 100 per cent to cause them as much difficulty as possible."
De Sciglio, 19, has already made 12 official appearances for Milan in the 2012-13 campaign.