The Derby d'Italia is one of the biggest games in the Italian season as it pitches together two of the giants of Serie A - Juventus and Inter.
The pair occupy the top two positions in the Italian league with Inter two points ahead, but the Old Lady will have the opportunity to leapfrog their rivals if they can win their meeting on 26th November, which will be their 250th competitive clash.
Here is everything you need to know about the contest between two of the biggest clubs in Italian football.
Inter and Juventus regularly play home and away in the course of the Serie A season and the next match will take place at the Allianz Stadium in Turin on Sunday 26th November.
This will be the first time they have faced each other this season, with Inter winning the second leg of a Coppa Italia clash in April, which was the last time the pair locked horns.
The return game at the San Siro will take place on 3rd February 2024.
The next Derby d’Italia will kick off at 19:45 UK time on Sunday 26th November.
The next Derby d’Italia will be at the Allianz Stadium, Turin, where Juventus have played their home matches since 2011.
The reverse fixture will take place at the Stadio Giuseppe Meazza, more commonly known as the San Siro, in Milan.
TNT Sports owns the Serie A television rights in the UK and the Juventus v Inter Milan match will be shown on TNT Sports 1.
Over 2.5 goals can be backed at 43/40, while is available for both teams to score.
There have been 249 meetings in official league and cup matches between Juventus and Inter Milan.
Juventus have won 112, Inter have won 76 and there have been 61 draws.
Juventus have scored a total of 352 Derby d’Italia goals and Inter have scored 306.
The first Derby d'Italia took place on 14th November 1909 in the old Prima Categoria League and Juventus won 2-0
Three players have scored 12 goals in this match. Giuseppe Meazza scored 12 times during his playing career in the 1930s while Omar Sivori netted a dozen for Juventus in the late 50s and early 60s.
Roberto Boninsegna has also scored 12 goals across both teams. Nine of them came in the Nerazzurri jersey, while three were for the Bianconeri. Legendary Italian forward Alessandro del Piero is next on the list, scoring 10 times for Juve.
Inter went into the November international break two points clear at the top of Serie A having won 10 of their opening 12 games and lost just once.
Their sole defeat was a 2-1 reverse at home to Sassuolo, but they have been boosted by a strong performance in the Champions League, where they have qualified for the knockout stages with two group games to spare.
They will continue to battle it out to be top of Group D with Spanish side Real Sociedad.
Juventus, meanwhile, have also suffered their only defeat to Sassuolo, which is remarkable as the team from Emilia-Romagna have won just three league games all season and their victories over the top two came in the space of four days in September.
Max Allegri’s side, who are not involved in European competition this year after finishing seventh in last season’s Serie A, have steadied the ship by dropping just two points from their seven games since the Sassuolo loss.