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Resurgent AC Milan face a tough task when they welcome leaders Juventus to the San Siro on Sunday.
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Not so long ago this clash would have been a top of the table encounter but Milan stock has fallen, so much so that the club are currently 9th in the table, some 31 points behind their one-time rivals.
The January appointment of Clarence Seedorf and the capture of Keisuke Honda has led to a revival in recent weeks, losing just two of their last 8 games.
A strong finish to the season and Europa league qualification are the aims for Seedorf and his men and the former Dutch International will keen to show his management credentials against a rising manager of Europe, Antonio Conte.
Conte has proved a shrew appointment by Juventus since he took the reins in 2011. The former Italian star is on course to lead the club to a third successive title with the Old Lady currently nine points clear ahead of second place Roma.
Juventus titles hopes remain in their own hands and with the club safely through to the last 16 of the Europa league, the Old Lady’s in-form midfielder Arturo Vidal is dreaming of the double.
Speaking to Juventus TV, the Chilean star, suspended for the clash with Milan, said “The important thing for us is to win the Scudetto and the cup,”
“We are aiming for the double, both for ourselves and for the fans.
“Last night (Thursday against Trabzonspor) we played well, we started in the best possible way and showed a desire to win.
“I’m really sorry that I won’t be able to play at San Siro, but I’m pleased to have played last night.”
Juventus are set to recall Carlos Tevez and Fernando Llorente for the clash after the duo were rested for the midweek Europa League win over Trabzonspor, although on-loan Southampton forward Pablo Osvaldo will hope his goal against the Turkish side sees him retain his place.
Paul Pogba will also feature in the game after playing the opening half of the 2-0 win.
Milan meanwhile are sweating on the fitness of Mario Balotelli with the mercurial forward struggling with a shoulder injury.