JUVENTUS are looking to take a big step towards a ninth straight Scudetto as they host city rivals Torino.
The Old Lady have recovered from a penalty shootout defeat in the Coppa Italia final against Napoli to win both their league matches since the restart and move four points clear of Lazio.
Torino have failed to hit the heights of last season's run to Europe and currently sit 13th in Serie A, knowing a win would move them very close to securing their top flight status for another season.
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Juventus have a number of injury problems as they remain without Mattia De Sciglio, Alex Sandro, Sami Khedira, Giorgio Chiellini and Merih Demiral.
Meanwhile Aaron Ramsey is expected to lose his battle with Adrien Rabiot for a spot in central midfield.
Daniele Baselli will miss out for Torino with a knee injury, but Simone Zaza is likely to return to start up front alongside Andrea Belotti.
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