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Aurelio Andreazzoli hoping for "big result" against Juventus

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Roma head coach Aurelio Andreazzoli believes his side can pull off a "big result" against Serie A champions Juventus on Saturday night.

Roma boss Aurelio Andreazzoli has insisted that his side will be going for the win when they face Juventus on Saturday.

Roma come up against the Serie A leaders having yet to register a win in 2013, but Andreazzoli believes that his side can produce a "big result".

Andreazzoli praised Juventus for their performances this season, but claimed that the side have a "good chance" against Antonio Conte's side.

"I think every game is a good chance to bring home the three points," Andreazzoli said at a press conference. "We'll take each game as it comes in the league and Coppa Italia. We'll give it everything.

"Tomorrow we take on the Italian champions - there'll be a great crowd, our opponents deserve respect and we've just got this one chance. We won't lack commitment. We want to show that we can produce a big result.

"One-sided match? That's what the stats say and Juventus are definitely ahead of us in every area. They're really well organised, you can see the great job [Antonio] Conte's done there, and I must congratulate him on that."

Andreazzoli was installed as head coach of Roma two weeks ago, following the sacking of Zdenek Zeman.

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