Juventus manager Massimiliano Allegri has played down the importance of Sunday's game with Inter on the Scudetto title race.
Inter are 21/20 to be victorious at home on Sunday, with the draw priced up at 13/5 and Juve in at 12/5.
Juventus have recovered from a poor start to the season, which saw them take just two points from their first four games.
Allegri's side have won their subsequent four league games and produced back-to-back 1-0 wins in the Champions League over Chelsea and Zenit respectively.
Inter topped the table in Serie A last year, breaking Juventus' nine year victory streak.
This season, the Milan side sit third after eight games, seven points behind league leaders Napoli.
Juventus are a further three points behind Inter, in seventh position in a congested Italian top flight.
Allegri gave his opinion on the game and played down its significance in the title race in his pre-match press conference.
"It will be a beautiful evening, especially because there will be around 60,000 spectators and everyone will bring their own expectations," he said. "It will be a good match between two great teams. Inter are still the favourites to win the Scudetto, in my opinion. It's an important test for us against a strong team.
"A win would allow us to extend the streak of good results. In terms of the table, the one against Roma was much more decisive. We cannot think that we will win or lose the championship in one match."