The Bianconeri won a ninth successive Scudetto with a 2-0 win over Sampdoria on Sunday and will now be looking to keep their momentum going against bottom-half opponents Cagliari.
After suffering a shock 2-1 loss to lowly Udinese, Juve got the job done at the second time of asking by seeing off Sampdoria with a comfortable victory on home soil.
A month on from Bayern Munich matching their record of eight straight title wins, Juve went one better by topping the pile once again in Italy's top flight.
Maurizio Sarri's first season at the Allianz Stadium has not quite been plain sailing, with the side having been given a scare at various points by Inter Milan, Lazio and Atalanta BC.
Sunday's win was also only Juve's second in six matches after dropping points against AC Milan, Atalanta, Sassuolo and Udinese this month.
Ultimately it is job done for Sarri, although the Italian will know that this season can only be considered a real success if his side win the Champions League.
The Bianconeri trail Lyon 1-0 ahead of next month's rearranged last-16 second leg, with focus now very much on that game.
Cagliari's players can be forgiven for thinking about their shortened summer breaks, meanwhile, given that they are 14th in the table and have little to play for on the face of it.
Walter Zenga's side have dropped off massively since picking up back-to-back wins over SPAL and Torino at the end of last month, failing to win any of their eight matches since.
That includes successive losses to Lazio and Udinese in their last two games - Stefano Okaka's early strike proving the difference in the second of those matches.
Cagliari can still finish as high as eighth should results go their way over the coming days but, with Juve and Milan to face, a bottom-half finish is the more likely outcome.
Cagliari's Serie A form: DDLDLL
Juventus' Serie A form: LDDWLW
Douglas Costa is facing another spell on the sidelines for Juve after picking up an injury in training.
As for Cagliari, Nahitan Nandez will serve a one-match ban after picking up another booking at the weekend.
Cagliari possible starting lineup:
Cragno; Pisacane, Ceppitelli, Walukiewicz; Mattiello, Birsa, Ionita, Rog, Lykogiannis; Simeone, Pedro
Juventus possible starting lineup:
Buffon; Cuadrado, Rugani, Demiral, Alex Sandro; Matuidi, Pjanic, Ramsey; Bernardeschi, Higuain, Ronaldo
We say: Cagliari 0-2 Juventus
Juventus have failed to win any of their last three away matches, but they are taking on a side with just one win in their last 10 home games. Indeed, Cagliari cannot seem to pick up a victory of any sort at the moment, so we are backing Juve to claim all three points and build some momentum ahead of the Champions League restart.