Antonio Conte's side is back on the winning trail following a run of draws, but now faces a Partenopei outfit keen to recover from last week's disappointing draw with Catania.
Bonucci, Barzagli, Chiellini
L'steiner, Vidal, Pirlo, Marchisio, De Ceglie
Campagnaro, Cannavaro, Aronica
Maggio, Gargano, Inler, Zuniga
The trainer used his tried-and-trusted 4-3-3 against Inter last week, but it is expected that goalscorers Martin Caceres and Alessandro Del Piero will be benched in favour of Leonardo Bonucci and Stephan Lichtsteiner, while there will be no place for Simone Pepe.
For Napoli, a number of changes look set to take place from the 2-2 draw with Catania a week ago. The alterations start in defence, as Hugo Campagnaro has returned to the fold and should replace Federico Fernandez.
Elsewhere, Andrea Dossena and Blerim Dzemaili will be dropped to accommodate Christian Maggio and Gokhan Inler in midfield.
||DID YOU KNOW?|
- In 131 previous Serie A meetings, Juventus has won 58 times against Napoli, compared to its rivals' 28 victories.
- However, the Partenopei are unbeaten in their last five games against the Old Lady.
- The Bianconeri have failed to score in just one of their last 19 games at home.
- Napoli is unbeaten in the last nine Serie A matches, but has drawn its last two.
- Walter Mazzarri's side has shipped seven goals over its last three fixture in the league.
- Marek Hamsik (pictured right) has scored five goals against Juventus, more than against any other club.
- Napoli has netted 145 strikes against the Old Lady, the most that they've scored against any club in Italy's top-flight division.