The 39-year-old sees no reason why Vincenzo Montella's side cannot win when the two go head-to-head on Friday evening.
Fo21点官网rmer Milan goalkeeper Christian Abbiati believes that Juventus 'have always struggled' against the Rossoneri.
"Along the way there was a little fear, but if Milan play with their usual confidence it is not unreasonable to think that they may get a positive result out线上足球投注 of Turin.
"I think that Juve will have no problem winning the title, because they have an excellent management team, a very good Coach and a group that knows what it means to win.
Having spent 15 seasons representing the San Siro giants and enjoying a year on loan with the Bianconeri back in 2005/06, Abbiati has been impressed by the work of the Milan Coach.
"They have an identity and need to maintain their style of play rather than adjusting to Juventus, although they are the team to beat.
"The Bianconeri know well who they are facing. From网上21点 the games I've seen I think Milan are very organised, attacking in numbers but doing well as a team defensively.
"Seven or eight points may be more than enough."
"It’s a challenge, a game that both will play openly," the veteran told TuttoJuve when asked about the upcoming clash.
"I do not think Montella will change anything, he’s doing well and so are the team, even in the period in which the results were not great, they were a little unlucky.
"Montella is doing a good job, but I think Juve have always struggled against this opponent.