Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri says Fiorentina will be desperate to get back on winning terms when they face Juventus on Wednesday night.
The Viola suffered back-to-back unexpected defeats against Verona and Cagliari in the Serie A and Allegri expects Vincenzo Montella's men to come out with all guns blazing in their attempt to improve their position in the table.
"Fiorentina will want to get back on winning terms after suffering two consecutive defeats," Allegri said.
"They are doing well in the league, even if their last two games were not positive. They also did extremely well in the Europa League, reaching the semi-finals.
"They are a very technical side so it will be a difficult game, they are always tough to face but we have to take all three points so as to reach a stage where only one is needed to win the title.
"[For the title race] our focus is to do well without caring too much on what other teams are doing. We need these four points, not tomorrow because three is the maximum we can get so we have to be patient.
"[Carlos] Tevez is fit so I believe he will play tomorrow. But I haven't decided anything yet. [Leonardo] Bonucci is suspended so today and tomorrow morning I will assess [my options].
"We will train tomorrow morning so I will not take any decisions before Wednesday morning."