Juventus are unbeaten in Serie A this season, a record that stands to keep them in the title race until the end of the season.
However, they face a tricky task to keep up with their rivals for the title, who are looking to finish with the most points and second place.
The Bianconeri currently sit in fourth place in Serie B, two points behind the leaders, Sampdoria.
Juventus are yet to score a goal in their last six games, and are currently looking for their first win in a row.
Their next game is against Fiorentina, who have lost their last two matches.
Parma are top of Serie A, two games away from a first Italian title since 1962, and will face Napoli, who lost their previous two games.
At the top of the table, Juventus are ahead of Fiorendino’s Cagliari team, but are currently three points behind their rivals, who finished in fifth and sixth position respectively.
Fiorentino’s team have won three of their last four Serie A games, including a 4-1 win at Roma on Sunday.
Napoli are currently fifth in Serie C, one point off leaders Juventus.
According to the latest Serie A table, Napoli are the only team in Serie D to have not lost a game.
There is a huge gap between Napoli and the top two sides in the table.
Ancelotti has made changes to the side that won the Champions League last season, with new signings like Mario Balotelli, Ivan Perisic and Callejon all playing a key role.
On the back of the success of their team, Napolinese coach Paolo Maldini also signed two new players.
Graziano Pelle and Matteo Darmian are both new signings, while Ilkay Gundogan is back from injury.
Defender Giuseppe Rossi is the only Italian to have featured in the World Cup finals, while the likes of Paulo Dybala and Leonardo Bonucci have also been included.
They are all playing in the Champions Super Cup, with Juventus coming into the tournament with a 10-point advantage.
Bruno Marsic has started the Serie A season in place of the injured Mario Balotski, but he is out injured with a knee injury, and is unlikely to feature in the competition.
In defence, Andrea Barzagli is back for the first time since September, and has started four of the team’s last six matches.
Juventus have lost only one of their opening six matches this season.
Their next game will be against Udinese, who beat Roma 4-0 on Sunday, but could also be a battle with AC Milan.
After a poor start to the season, Milan have made some major signings in the transfer window, and have secured the services of former Barcelona defender Andres Iniesta.
He will be joining from the Catalan club for €20m.
With Milan’s new signing, Giorgio Chiellini, starting to shine, the Nerazzurri will be without Dani Parejo, who is currently recovering from a thigh injury.
Perejo is expected to be fit for the start of the Serie B campaign, and he could be starting in midfield.
Milan have been on a hot streak, with seven goals in their opening four matches, and three in their final four.
This is the first year since the 2007-08 season that the Nerazurri have not conceded three goals in a match.
Chiellinis goal against Udine came from a free kick.
Toni Kroos has started every Serie A game this season for the Neras, scoring once, but is out for the Champions Trophy due to a knee problem.
Antonio Candreva is still recovering from an Achilles injury, but will start in the second leg of the Europa League tie against AC Milan on Saturday.
Nemanja Matic has been one of the stars of the last few years, scoring 13 goals in 28 Serie A matches, but his performances in the European Championships have been less than stellar.
His goals against Ajax in the last two games have been a huge boost to the Neramics hopes of reaching the Champions Cup.
Alvaro Morata has been a consistent performer this season and has scored four goals, but has just one assist.
It remains to be seen whether Morata can recapture his form from the last campaign, when he scored 27 goals and helped the Neramas reach the Champions league final.
Roberto Firmino is also out of action with a thigh problem, but the Brazil international has started all three of his last four games for the Bianconers.
Marcio Jose Sanchez has also been absent from the team for two months,