Ventura will stick with the typical defence he fielded in the league so far, with Ogbonna and Glik in the centre.
Basha and Brighi are battling for a spot in the middle of the park alongside Gazzi.
Meggiorini looks favoured over Sgrigna to partner Bianchi up front.
Juventus have collected just 4 points from their last 4 matches, which, to tell the full story, were against Inter, Lazio, Milan and Pescara. The Bianconeri managed to retain a two-point gap over Napoli and can now see the end of this tough run of fixtures, with the derby and then the match in Donetsk coming up.
At the start of the season, some Toro supporters were hoping for Juventus to retain their unbeaten record so that they could have the chance of being the first to win at the Juventus Stadium. This will not be the case, but the Granata are hoping to catch Juventus out while they are struggling a little.
The hosts cannot pretend that this match is only about the three points and preparing for the midweek clash, as this day has been long awaited by both sets of fans. The visitors must also deal with their position in the table, for which even one point would be helpful.
The match will most likely have high tempo and fierce battles on the flanks. Juve will take control of the ball, but Toro will not just sit and wait: coach Ventura will probably approach the game by asking at least one striker to help the midfield by marking Pirlo.
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