How Juventus are preparing for the derby with Real Madrid

Juventus are prepared for Real Madrid in the first leg of the derby in the Turin derby.

Real Madrid, in their first derby in 18 years, face Juve in the final on Saturday at the Stadio Olimpico, as Juve prepare for the start of their first season back in Serie A.

Real, who have won seven of their last nine games, are without injured star Neymar.

They have lost two in a row and have not scored a goal in their last four league games. 

“The only thing that matters is the goal,” Juve coach Antonio Conte told the club’s official website.

“Real Madrid are in a very tough position, so it is not difficult to say we will win.” 

Real, in the last four seasons in Serie D, have scored 17 goals in six matches. 

They also won the Champions League last season, but have not won Serie A since 2013. 

Real have won their last eight Serie A games, and only won the league once last season. 

The derby is set to start at 7.30pm (local time) and the kick-off is scheduled for 8.30am (local).