Juventus has finally started winning matches in their league and head into this game against Chelsea on a run of consecutive league wins.
They also opened their Champions League campaign with a win at Malmo, but they know it would be harder for them to get another win against Chelsea.
They beat Sampdoria 3-2 at the weekend, but that win came at a cost as they also lost Paulo Dybala and Alvaro Morata to injuries.
Both players will miss this match and that would be a significant blow to Juve’s chances of winning it.
Massimiliano Allegri has played down the importance of this game, but he would still not want his team to lose at home against the European champions.
Chelsea has finally lost their unbeaten start to this season with the Blues losing 1-0 to Manchester City at the weekend.
That match saw Pep Guardiola teach other managers how to beat the well organized Chelsea and Allegri might borrow some lessons from it to deal with them in this match.
The Blues have top quality players and Romelu Lukaku knows Juventus well from playing for Inter Milan before this season and he could be the key player for the English club in this game.