1 / 6 Inter Milan are coming off a 4-1 loss to Juventus in the Champions League quarterfinals and look set to lose another two-legged tie on Saturday night.
Juventus are now six points clear at the top of Serie A and with a game in hand on the reigning champions they are still looking to qualify for the Europa League.
The Italian side have lost just once in seven games, winning 5-1 at Milan in their last match of the season.
Inter will have to wait until the final day of the Europa match to know whether they are in the mix for their first place in the competition.
The last time they lost at home to Juve was in the 2009-10 campaign when they finished third.
This weekend, however, Juve could find themselves in the Europa zone again after winning 2-1 away to Sassuolo in the previous leg of their Europa League semi-final first leg.
Both teams are looking to be on the front foot after an impressive campaign from their squad.
The Rossoneri have won all but two of their 16 games so far this season, with two draws.
They have also conceded just one goal and scored just four in Serie A. Inter have lost one of their last five league games at home, but that was back in January, so they are certainly not without their flaws.
Juve have won three of their past four home matches in the league, including a 3-1 victory at Sassuol last week.
The Nerazzurri will have been without key man Andrea Barzagli for the trip to Milan, but will be looking to take the positives out of this game and win a point for the second leg in their final Europa League round.
Juventus have a chance to earn a point after they were held to a 2-0 second-leg defeat by AC Milan in Rome earlier this month.
Inter are looking at a return to the Europa Zone for the first time since 2009-11, losing 4-0 at Napoli in the last match.