Mid-table Torino host title-chasing Milan in the showpiece match of the Serie A weekend on Sunday night.
Toro halted an eight-game winless streak with the seasonal gimme of facing rock-bottom Salernitana last Saturday. Milan also had a fixture they were expected to win but failed to convert any of their 33 shots against Bologna on Monday night. Despite these dropped points, the Scudetto race is still in Milan's hands.
Here's all you need to know about Torino's bid to put another bump in Milan's road to the title.
How to watch Torino vs Milan on TV/live stream
When is kick off? Sunday 10 April, 19:45 (GMT)
Where is the match being played? Stadio Olimpico di Torino
TV channel/live stream? BT Sport 1 (UK), Paramount+ (US), TLN (Canada)
Highlights? BT Sport & Serie A YouTube
Referee? Daniele Doveri
VAR? Massimiliano Irrati
Torino team news
The club's second top scorer Antonio Sanabria is unlikely to add to his five Serie A goals as a persistent calf injury is expected to sideline him until the end of April.
Former Italy striker Simone Zaza hasn't found the net so far this term and isn't a safe bet to do so any time soon after fitness and form have limited him to 18 top-flight minutes since the first week of December.
Dennis Praet has missed the last seven matches with a fractured metatarsal while defender Koffi Djidji (hamstring) and scarcely used midfielder Samuele Ricci (muscle) are also doubts.
Milan team news
The versatile Alessandro Florenzi was forced to undergo surgery on his left knee after picking up an injury during Milan's frustrating evening against Bologna.
Club captain Alessandro Romagnoli's pockmarked season continues as he is set to still be recovering from adductor problems that forced him to miss the whole of March.
Torino vs Milan head-to-head record
Some Torino players may still be reeling from Milan's last visit to Turin's Stadio Olimpico. An Ante Rebic-inspired Rossoneri rattled in seven unanswered goals last May.
Milan have won the last four meetings between the clubs in Serie A without conceding a single goal.
Torino have won just three of the last 49 top-flight encounters between the pair (D24 L22) - with all three victories coming on home turf.
Torino vs Milan score prediction
Torino may have slipped back to 11th after an uninspiring slump in form but Ivan Juric's side aren't a team that can be lightly brushed aside - only the division's top four teams have conceded fewer goals.
Milan have kept five successive clean sheets themselves, frustrating the likes of Inter and Napoli in this sequence. While goals at the other end haven't exactly arrived in floods of late, Milan have created the requisite chances but squandered them.
Against one of their favourite opponents and a side with little left to play for in the season's home straight, Milan may well prevail this weekend.
Prediction: Torino 0-1 Milan