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Juventus is in a race against the clock to retain the league title this season.

After being knocked out of the Champions League by FC Porto, the Bianconeri now have the Italian Cup as the only competition they are likely to win this season.

They are 10 points behind Inter Milan in the chase for the Scudetto and must now win their remaining matches while hoping Inter loses any points before the season ends.

Their next game is a derby against Torino, which they must win to give their supporters something to cheer for after their 1-0 defeat to Benevento before the international break.

Pirlo said ahead of the match this weekend that their target remains to win all of their remaining matches this season.

After they win against Torino, they will look forward to winning the next one, and so on until they have won all of their remaining games this season.

“The strategy is to win all of the games and then see what happens in front and behind,” Pirlo said at a press conference, according to Football Italia.

“The aim is to win tomorrow and then go on to the next one. Our mission is to win every game.”

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