AC Milan will travel to Juventus for the first time since their 4-2 loss to Atalanta on November 23.
Kickoff is scheduled for 15:00 GMT (14:00 CET) on Wednesday, and the home team will hope to continue its dominance in Serie A with a victory.
Juve were impressive for much of the first half, but struggled to make an impact in the second.
The Bianconeri had the better of the chances during the second half, however, and Milan are unbeaten in the league at the end of October.
“We’ve got to get back to winning ways, but it’s important to stay focused on our game and get the result.
We’ve lost too many games in Serie B and it’s clear that we’re not ready to take a step forward in the competition,” AC Milan manager Antonio Conte told a press conference after the game.
“The first half was a big disappointment, but in the last 30 minutes we had an excellent start.
I don’t know if we’ll change our tactics, but we need to win the game and we’ll see how we do that in the next game.”
AC Milan are currently in fifth place in Serie D with five games to go, with the top four teams fighting for the last automatic qualification spot.
The win over Atalantans is their second in their last three matches, and a win would send them into the semi-finals.
Juves are currently second in Serie C, while Milan are sixth.