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Massimiliano Allegri aware of Malmo threat: It will be difficult


Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri says the Malmo game will not be an easy one for his players.

The Bianconeri face Age Hareide's side knowing that all four teams in Group A can still qualify for the next stage of the competition with Allegri saying that his players have to adapt quickly to the heavy conditions of the pitch.

"They [Malmo] play a different kind of football at home," Allegri told reporters on Tuesday.

"They are more aggressive and they did well also in the last game against Atletico Madrid, losing without really deserved it having created more chances than Atletico Madrid.

"So it will be a difficult game tomorrow evening as we can all still qualify from the group.

"[The pitch?] It's no use talking about the pitch, this is the pitch we have to play on and we have to adapt quickly. We have 95-96 minutes to do our job and we have to do it.

"We're enjoying a good spell, both physically and mentally so we are confident we can get a positive result, a win."

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