The first leg of the Champions League quarter-final tie between Juventus and Juventus Milan is set to kick off at 10:00 GMT, with the winner expected to take the trophy.
In the other Serie A tie, Napoli face Juventus in the first leg, which is expected to kick-off at 19:00 CET.
There are still a number of games remaining, including Juventus’ clash with Juventus on Tuesday, with Inter’s final match at home against Juventus on Sunday, and Juventus’ final game at home on Saturday.
There will also be the Champions league quarter-finals on Friday and Saturday, with Juventus hosting the winner of those two games, with Napoli in a similar position.
This is only the second time in Serie A history that a top-two finish has occurred on home soil, with former champions Juventus last winning the title on home turf in 2009.
This season, the Bianconeri have not lost a competitive game in the Champions’ League since February and have won six in a row at home.