A game in which Juve will try to win the Scudetto for the first time in a decade and Juventus will try for the fourth in a row, both in the Italian league and at home, will kick off in Turin, Italy on Sunday evening.
Juventus were the last of Serie A’s big three to end the season without a win, a run that was followed by a string of draws and defeats.
The Bianconeri won the Serie A title in 2016, finishing third in the league and were beaten at home by Milan in the Champions League in June.
They will be hoping to make their first league win since November, when they defeated Sassuolo 2-1 at the Stadio San Paolo.
The last time Juventus had a win in Turinese was on the final day of the 2015-16 season, when their team beat Inter Milan 3-2.
Juve will be without top scorer Andrea Pirlo for this match, with the midfielder suspended for the next four games with a thigh injury.
Pirlo has missed the last three games with the thigh injury and Juve coach Antonio Conte will not be able to rely on the Brazilian forward to start.
However, Juve have not lost to a Milan side who are bottom of Serie B, having beaten Sampdoria 4-0 in the last five meetings.
The home side, meanwhile, have struggled to find the back of the net in Serie A in recent years, and their last league victory came in January 2016, when Antonio Conzio’s side beat Parma 2-0.
Juves will be led by Giuseppe Rossi, who has scored nine goals in his last 12 league games.
Rossi, a former Lazio and Inter Milan player, scored four goals in the 1-1 draw against Sassuola last week, but the Italy international did not feature for the second leg at the San Paoli on Saturday.
Injuries have hit the Bianconeros squad in recent weeks, with Antonio Conteri missing three months with an ankle injury and Mario Mandzukic missing two months with a hamstring injury.