The Old Lady's 49-match unbeaten run was ended by their bitter rivals in November, a fact not forgotten by the Bianconeri captainGianluigi Buffon says Juventus will do its "utmost" to make amends for its Derby d'Italia defeat to Inter earlier this season when the club travels to the Giuseppe Meazza on Saturday.
Having gone the entirety of the previous Serie A campaign unbeaten, the Old Lady maintained their invincible league form at the beginning of 2012-13, but the Nerazzurri halted their 49-match run with a 3-1 victory in November.
But while the goalkeeper admits the loss left a sour taste in his mouth, he believes it will have provided Juve with enough motivation - other than its ambitions of sealing successive titles - to overcome Andrea Stramaccioni's side.
"In the first match, Inter deserved the win, and when you lose it rightly bugs you. We have the utmost desire for revenge," Buffon told Sky Sport Italia.