Seedorf is convinced their Serie A rivals will doing everything in their power to avoid defeat in front of a sell-out crowd in their new stadium in Turin.
"This game is worth plenty because both teams are in good form and as well as the three points, a lot of pride is at stake," Seedorf told La Repubblica.
"Juventus have great enthusiasm and they will want to show it against us. Also, the new stadium and the fans will be extra factors we need to be aware of."
Meanwhile, Italy coach Cesare Prandelli is also expecting an entertaining encounter on Sunday when Juventus host AC Milan in Serie A.
Prandelli expects the defending champions to be tested by a Juventus which has shown "conviction in their play" under new manager Antonio Conte.
Milan have not made the best of starts to defending their Serie A crown in the new season and currently sit 11th in the table with five points, three points behind Juventus, who sit in joint-first place with Udinese.