Juventus v Milan: Juventus have conceded only once in their last eight Serie A matches, a 2-2 draw in the Champions League semi-final last season.
It was a record of the season.
They beat AC Milan 2-0 at home, 3-0 away in the first leg of their quarter-final, and 3-1 at home in the final.
Juventus had won the last four league meetings between the two sides and they are now on top of the table.
Milan have lost just once in seven games and have won just once so far this season.
The Nerazzurri have now won only once at home this season, 1-0 on away goals.
Javier Zanetti’s side have scored just once against AC Milan this season and have conceded 11 goals in their seven league matches against the Serie A leaders.
Defender Marco Verratti is suspended and Milan are also without striker Paulo Dybala, who is out with a calf injury.
Coach Antonio Conte’s side sit seventh in Serie A, four points adrift of Juventus, who are level on points with Milan and Napoli.
“I think this is a very difficult match for us,” said Zanetti.
“We have a very important game tomorrow [against Udinese].
It’s not easy to lose against Juventus but we will have to play with the mentality that we have to score in order to win.
We have to be very clinical and not take the game into our own hands.
I am disappointed for Dybali, who will be out for a few days, but the team is ready and will fight for every second of the match.”
Milano are without centre-back Gennaro Gattuso, who missed Saturday’s draw with Napoli due to a back problem.
Mauricio Isla is also out, with the Argentine suspended due to his red card against Udinese.
Adriano Galliani’s side lost 1-1 to Sassuolo last weekend.
Alberto Insigne scored the only goal for Juventus in their 2-1 win over Napoli on March 6 and has scored eight goals in all competitions this season in all three competitions.
They have not conceded in Serie B this season but the last time they faced Milan was in the UEFA Europa League on November 5.
Vincenzo Montella’s side are unbeaten in Serie D this season (6-0-2) and will be without right-back Daniele Ganso for the game.
Antonio Conte, who took over at the helm of Juventus from Carlo Ancelotti last month, is also without midfielder Paulo Dyball, who has been sidelined with a knee injury since February 1.
Gianluigi Donnarumma is suspended with a groin injury.