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.