With their 3-0 win at Turin, Juventus managed to avoid a fourth defeat in seven matches, including the last three at home, with their last loss coming at home to Lazio in September 2018.
Despite this, they are still not in the same position they were in the middle of the season, and while they are not in a position where they can afford to lose, they still have the task of fighting back and defending against Inter, who have scored 14 goals in their last four matches.
As it was, Inter only managed two shots on target in the first half, but Juve were able to equalise through a penalty awarded to Carlos Bacca.
With the ball in the back of the net, Zlatan Ibrahimovic put his header on the line, but the Brazilian keeper failed to react to it, so the penalty was awarded to the Italian champions.
Juventus managed to get on the board early in the second half through Paulo Dybala’s goal, but it wasn’t until the 88th minute that the hosts finally broke through, and in doing so they secured a 3-1 victory.
The Bianconeri have now won nine of their last 11 matches at the Stadio San Paolo, but in the process they are now one point behind leaders Juventus.
The team that has scored more goals in Serie A than Inter is Juve, with 13, but Inter’s two away goals have been scored by Milan, which leads the league with 10, while Juve have only scored one away goal at Stadios del Tronto.
Juventus have also conceded fewer goals than Inter in the league, with only four.