Antonio Conte called for the Juventus Stadium to make its mark against Real Madrid. “The fans can push us to victory.”
The Bianconeri are fresh from three consecutive victories with clean sheets, including Saturday’s 1-0 win away to Parma. 
They now turn their focus to Tuesday night, when Carlo Ancelotti’s Real Madrid visit Turin in the Champions League
“Madrid have been constructed to win their 10th European Cup, but we must not be afraid,” Conte told JTV.
“We have already shown in Madrid what we can do. I hope the Juventus Stadium is going to be a boiling cauldron on Tuesday night, so that the fans can push us to victory.”
Juve lost 2-1 at the Bernabeu, but only with Giorgio Chiellini harshly sent off at the dawn of the second half.
Real Madrid were also in action on Saturday, beating Rayo Vallecano 3-2 with a Cristiano Ronaldo brace and Karim Benzema.
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