It's a clash that pits two great rivals against one another but, while one remains at the top of the Italian game, the other is in a state of decline. Juventus host Milan on Saturday in a match that once decided championships but now should see a routine win for The Old Lady.
Juventus enter the game in good health. The Bianconeri not only are at the top of the Serie A table but also have reached the semifinals of the Coppa Italia and qualified for the last 16 of the Champions League.
By contrast, the Rossoneri have only the league to play for as they deal with a bloated squad of 31 players -- Juve have 27 - and are paying half of Alessandro Matri's wages after the Milan forward joined Juventus on loan last week. The player will not take part on Saturday.
Yet despite the disarray, Milan are still a proud club with talented individuals capable of hurting their opponent. To read more, click here.