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Serie A: Milan pick up win over Genoa

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Alessandro Del Piero backs Juve treble

Juventus legend Alessandro Del Piero has tipped his former club to complete a hat-trick of Serie A titles this season.

Del Piero, 38, who now plays for Sydney FC, spent 19 years with the Bianconeri and says he believes Antonio Conte's side will lead the way in Italy again.

"They are still favourites for the title because they are the holders," he told Sky Sport 24. "They have not changed much... I expect [Carlos] Tevez and [Fernando] Llorente to add even more quality to an already well-oiled machine.

"Fiorentina, Napoli and Roma are transformed and they are unknown prospects, while Milan always give you guarantees at the highest level. But, like I said, Juve are still the big favourites for me."

Meanwhile, Del Piero said he would make up his mind about whether to retire from playing in December.

"At my age, every year could be your last as a professional footballer," he explained. "I'll ask my body and my mind at Christmas if it's worth carrying on. But for now, I want to win also with Sydney.

"We've got a big season coming up, also because last season did not go too well, and I hope we can improve a lot. I'm focused on what I'm doing now, but I do often think about Juve."

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