The Brazil international is excited by the prospect of playing at the Stade de France in Paris for the second time in his career after the club beat Le Mans in the semi-final.
"The whole team is very proud of that result," Juninho declared. "The team has stood up to be counted after our defeat at Toulouse last week.
"We will try to win two trophies, Ligue 1 and the Coupe de la Ligue. We have never done that before. This is a chance to make history, a huge challenge.
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"The final will be a beautiful match against a big opponent, first against second [in the league] last season. There is no favourite for the final, everything can happen."
Juninho said he is entranced by the venue for the match.
"Stade de France is imposing, like all the great stadiums where we have played.
"I played there in a Brazil versus France friendly."
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