The last leg of Juventus' Serie A title defence begins against the side that first threatened to ruin it as Inter Milan hosts the second Derby d'Italia of the season.
A 50th game without defeat seemed inevitable for league leader Juve back in November but a 3-1 home loss to Inter inspired a small crisis of confidence in
One man demanding a repeat performance at San Siro is Inter president
"A few months down the line we came up against problems that weren't only down to our form or the way were were playing.
"Then we went through a bad spell and we paid for that. Now we hope this match against Juve can help us get back on track.
"It's important to get points whether it's against Juve or any other side. Now we're up against the best team in the league, but we won't change our own targets."
With every league game taking place on Holy Saturday, the Milan showpiece could well be overshadowed by events in Palermo, where Roma striker
Totti made his Roma debut as a 16-year-old against Brescia in
The 36-year-old Roman, who reached 226 against Parma, told the Gazzetta dello Sport: "Time has flown because I have done everything with passion."
His decision to stay in the capital for his entire career, despite interest from Real Madrid, has limited him to just one Serie A title and two Coppa Italia trophies.
"I could have won the Ballon d'Or in 2000," he added. "Had
Palermo, meanwhile, is five points from safety at the bottom of the table alongside Pescara, who visits mid-table Parma.
Siena may never have a better opportunity to leave the relegation zone as it challenges 17th-placed Genoa in a six-pointer at the Marassi.
The Ligurians are just one point away, leading Siena boss
"There may be other teams who are masters of their own destiny but we cannot think that way. We just want to win, regardless of the head-to-head aspect of the game."
AC Milan's fight to dislodge Napoli from second continues against Chievo, who the Rossoneri have beaten 12 times in a row, while the southern outfit visits Torino for Saturday's late game.
Lazio hopes to fix a run of three straight defeats and re-enter the UEFA Champions League spots at home to fellow European hopeful Catania, with Udinese hot on the Sicilians' heels and looking for all three points against Bologna.
Elsewhere, Cagliari host Fiorentina behind closed doors at the Stadio Is Arenas as Atalanta bids to pull away from the bottom five with victory over 10th-placed Sampdoria.
Roma coach Rudi Garcia has showered club captain Francesco Totti with praise.