Juventus have been playing a tough match at Turin this weekend as they are facing a Napoli side who have been one of the most consistent sides in Serie A this season.
The last time Juventus faced Napoli, Juventus won 1-0.
Juve are looking to keep their unbeaten run going against a Napoleonic side who lost two key players to injury, Alessio Romagnoli and Giorgio Chiellini.
The pair played in the first leg of the Champions League clash and are both likely to be unavailable for the second leg.
Napoleonics boss Giovanni Trapattoni has said he will take his team forward to face Juventus and if they win, they would take the trophy.
In the meantime, Juventus are in second place in Serie B with just four points, with the gap between them and third going to 14 points.
Juventas will be without Romagnolis right wing Andrea Barzagli, who will miss the game after sustaining a knee injury during the last-16 tie with Lazio.
They are also without striker Alessandro Matri, who has a groin problem and is expected to be out for a month.
With the exception of Napoli striker Marco Verratti, Juventus have not scored more than five goals in any of their last six games.