Antonio Conte's side already appear certain to retain their Serie A title and go into Sunday's game on a record winning-streak
The Bianconeri currently share that record with Roma, who kicked off the season with 10 straight victories, but a 3-0 triumph over the men from the Italian capital last weekend has teed them up to surpass that marker.
Antonio Conte's men have not been short of goals during their winning streak, netting an average of 2.6 per match, and success against the Giallorossi put the reigning champions eight points clear at the top of the table.
However, Juve will be wary heading into this tie as Cagliari held the Turin outfit to a 1-1 draw when the sides last met in May.
Victor Ibarbo put Cagliari ahead at Juventus Stadium, before Mirko Vucinic spared the hosts' blushes just after the hour mark.
That said, the head-to-head record between these clubs reads in favour of Juve, who have not tasted defeat in the last seven Serie A meetings.
The Sardinians currently sit 12th and have carved out a reputation as draw specialists in recent weeks, with five of their last six games finishing all-square.
Cagliari's last defeat came more than two months ago, when they went down 2-1 at Hellas Verona on November 3.
Juventus will be without the suspended Andrea Barzagli for the trip to Cagliari, while Nene is expected to miss out for the hosts.