Juventus are looking for an answer to last season’s league title decider with a first win in the new campaign at home to Cagliari.
After a 1-1 draw at Caglia, Juve will hope to replicate last year’s win at the Juventus Stadium in the second leg of their Champions League play-off second leg with Atalanta on Sunday.
Juventus coach Andrea Pirlo’s side are still without injured star Paulo Dybala, but they will need a lot more from their defence to win in Caglimento.
Juve are now 14 points adrift of leaders Napoli in Serie A and sit six points behind leaders Roma.
Napoli are two points ahead of leaders Juventus and one behind champions Juventus, while the latter’s title hopes are in danger.
It’s a tough test for Juve, but the Bianconeri have already tasted victory in the Champions League and have scored two goals against Atalantas top scorer.
Juves’ other goal-scoring threat was midfielder Federico Bolaño.
The Argentine scored twice against Roma and could have added to his tally in the match, but was sent off for a handball.