Conte confident of acquittal
Juventus boss Antonio Conte says he expects the match-fixing allegation hanging over his head to be overturned.
Conte received a 10-month ban after he was found guilty of failing to report attempts to fix two matches while he was the manager of Siena.
However, he has always insisted he is innocent and has launched an appeal against the allegation.
The 43-year-old is confident it will be overturned and says the "accusations are based on nothing".
He added in Gazzetta dello Sport: "I'm convinced that the judges will read the evidence with attention and acquit me, thus avoiding an act of injustice.
"From what I've heard I am very calm and confident."
Conte could even be free to coach Juve from the touchline against Parma in Serie A this weekend if his charge is quashed.