A trip to rejuvenated Cesena could prove a stern test for a Juventus team who have lost their last three games.
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Cesena sit outside the bottom three of the Serie A table on goal difference alone, but are in much better form than their illustrious opponents.
Juve midfielder Milos Krasic told SkySport Italia that he believes they are strong enough to see off Cesena, but also acknowledges that the buck stops with the players following their poor run of form.
He said: "They [Cesena] won their last game but I think Juventus have more quality. We all feel responsible for the state of things.
"Any club can go through a rough patch but if you work and train hard you can get through it. We only have ourselves to blame so we have to pick ourselves up psychologically."
Last weekend’s loss at home to Milan followed on from defeats against Lecce and Bologna, with no goals scored in all three matches, however Krasic still has faith in the team.
"We’re going through a tough time, but with the right attitude we can get out of it because we have quality in this side."
In stark contrast to Juventus relegation-threatened Cesena have taken seven points from a possible nine in their last three games and are now looking to put some distance between themselves and the bottom three.
On-loan midfielder Fabio Caserta told the club’s official website that confidence is high amongst the players in the Cesena squad.
He said: "The last two victories with Sampdoria and Chievo have given us morale and we forced a team like Sampdoria to fight. But now we must think about Saturday and go on.
"I personally feel very good, now I want to keep going and give my all in contribution to the team."
But Caserta, currently on loan from Atalanta, is aware that the visitors will be looking to bounce back from their recent woes:
"[Juventus] will be a very difficult game, they come here from three consecutive defeats and will definitely be coming here to win."