Three of the biggest clubs in Italian football take centre stage in Serie A on Saturday - and the illustrious trio can be put together in a mouthwatering treble.
The first game of the day comes from the San Siro, where AC Milan are looking to see off Verona to sustain their title challenge.
Later in the afternoon, Juventus become the focus, as the Old Lady visits Sassuolo. It will be an opportunity for Juve to go top of the table, with pacesetting Inter not in action until Sunday.
The Saturday evening fixture sees Lazio host Monza. They are right alongside each other in the lower reaches of Serie A, so this is a great chance for Lazio to get their faltering campaign back on track.
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Juventus to beat Sassuolo @ 4/5
Lazio to beat Monza @ 4/5
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Milan have made a strong start to the season, picking up nine points in four games, and the Rossoneri will expect to bolster their haul on Saturday.
No-nonsense manager Stefano Pioli will make sure no complacency sets in among the Milan side as Verona visit.
Some real soul-searching went on in May when Milan lost to Spezia - the players and fans held a post-match crisis summit - and league minnows will be taken extremely seriously from now on.
Milan destroyed Torino 4-1 in their opening home fixture of the campaign and something similar could be coming against Verona.
Milan were unlucky not to beat Newcastle in the Champions League on Tuesday and can take our their frustrations on Verona.
Unione Sportiva Sassuolo Calcio, which is Sassuolo's full name, have done remarkably well to defy expectations and establish themselves in Serie A, but the Neroverdi should be outclassed by Juventus.
The Mapei Stadium will be rocking as the Old Lady comes to town, but that enthusiastic support seems unlikely to be enough to swing this contest the way of the home side.
For most of the 1990s, Sassuolo were a Serie D side, and their rapid rise should not disguise the gulf between them and two-time European champions Juventus.
Sassuolo lost to Frosinone in their last outing, leaking four goals, so Juventus will expect to get quickly among the goals.
Paul Gascoigne's old team, Lazio, can provide the final leg of a winning acca by seeing off Monza.
The best race track in Italy is found in Monza, but certainly not the best football team. The Biancorossi could be brushed aside fairly easily on Saturday night.
Monza have failed to score in either of their away games this season, destroyed by Inter and Atalanta, and it could be a similar story at the Stadio Olimpico.
Lazio fans are fuming with their sluggish start to the campaign, but they have faced some tough opponents - Napoli and Juventus - and can kickstart their season with three points on Saturday.
A last-minute equaliser from Ivan Provedel against Atletico Madrid in the Champions League on Tuesday has sent some positive vibes through the Lazio side and they can continue their resurgence against Monza.