The Serie A holders and league leaders Juventus travel to face Fiorentina in the Friday night fixture from Italy.
Fiorentina have disappointed to date and sit in eighth, whilst unsurprisingly Juventus lead the way following their excellent start to the season.
Last time out Fiorentina won 4-0 away to Cagliari with Matias Fernandez scoring two in an easy win.
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Victory means they are just four points off a Champions League spot, which has eluded them in recent years.
Juventus kept their incredible home winning streak in Serie A going, as they beat Torino 2-1 late on in the Turin derby.
Arturo Vidal’s penalty was cancelled out by an incredible solo effort from Bruno Peres, before Juve were reduced to 10 men with Stephan Lichtsteiner dismissed.
Amazingly in injury time though Andrea Pirlo scored from the edge of the box, to make it 25 consecutive home league wins for Juve.
Fiorentina came from 2-0 down to win 4-2 in the fixture last year, with Giuseppe Rossi scoring a 15 minute hat-trick.
Juventus got revenge by eliminating their Italian counterparts in the last 16 of the Europa League.
The former Manchester United target Juan Cuadrado will start for Fiorentina, along with the inform Fernandez.
Stefan Savic, previously of Manchester City, will start in defence, along with Marcos Alonso, who spent the second half of last season at Sunderland.
Gianluigi Buffon is a major doubt for Juventus, which could see Marco Storari feature in goal.
Both Carlos Tevez and Fernando Llorente have been in good form and will keep Alvaro Morata on the substitute bench.
Lichtsteiner is suspended following his dismissal last weekend, which could see Kwadwo Asamoah come in.
Fiorentina: Neto; Alonso, Basanta, Gonzalo, Savic; Joaquin, Cuadrado, Pizarro, Valero; Fernandez, Gomez
Juventus: Storari; Asamoh, Chiellini, BonuccI, Evra; Marchisio, Pirlo, Vidal, Pogba; Llorente, Tevez