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Speaking at his pre-match news conference, he said: "Of course, we have watched the final again several times, and I would say that the team, especially in Europe but also in Serie A, has improved a lot, especially in managing the hard moments during the match".

The Bianconeri, have an exceptional record in Turin and warmed up for this by beating AC Milan 3-1 on Saturday, they have lost only one of their last 75 home games in all competitions (W64 D10), the single defeat came on 14 October 2017, when they lost 2-1 against Lazio.

Zidane was appointed Real Madrid boss in January 2016, and has triumphed in both Champions League editions during his tenure.

Allegri was frustrated with his team's lack of concentration in that game, but believes the experience has made them a better side.

"We're not going to think about what happened 10 months ago, what counts is what happens tomorrow", he added.

Sitting in third place and 13 points behind leaders Barcelona, the La Liga title looks out of reach.

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Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane dismissed any talk of comparisons with last year's final.

The Serie A leaders will be seeking to avenge their 4-1 loss in Cardiff last May when they host Madrid in the first leg of this season's quarter-final tie. "It's a completely different story", the Frenchman said in his pre-match press conference last night.

"Juve have always been strong and they're showing that".

"I don't know if we're unbeatable, but we're a hard team for anyone and I hope we can prove it", he added.

Allegri would not confirm whether Mario Mandzukic would start with Dybala, while he said it will be a toss-up between Claudio Marchisio and Rodrigo Bentancur to replace the suspended Miralem Pjanic in midfield, even if he says it changes little whether he plays with two or three midfielders.

"The best team won, but we weren't that bad to be beaten so heavily".

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