The Old Lady have picked up four points from their first two league games of the 2020-21 season, while Napoli have collected six from an available six, impressing in wins over Parma and Genoa.
Juve made an impressive start to their latest title defence, recording a 3-0 win over Sampdoria on September 20, but Andrea Pirlo's side were held to a 2-2 draw at Roma last weekend.
Cristiano Ronaldo scored twice for the Italian champions, but a double from Jordan Veretout led to the points being shared at Stadio Olimpico, meaning that there is a little bit of pressure on Juve in this match.
Dominant in Italian football, the Old Lady won a ninth straight title last season but only finished a point clear of second-place Inter Milan, while Lazio in fourth were only five points off the top.
Juve were dumped out of the Champions League in the round of 16, meanwhile, and there is no question that there is room for improvement during the 2020-21 campaign.
Napoli, meanwhile, finished seventh in Italy's top flight last season, which actually represented their lowest placing at this level of football since the 2008-09 campaign.
The Blues, who beat Juve on penalties to win the 2020 Coppa Italia, have finished second in three of the last five Serie A seasons and will certainly be looking to push higher up the table this term.
Gennaro Gattuso's side will not play Champions League football in 2020-21 but advanced into the group stages of the Europa League due to their Coppa Italia success, and they will be looking to make an impression in Europe's second competition.
Napoli's Serie A form this term has certainly given their supporters reasons to be optimistic. Indeed, a 2-0 success at Parma on September 20 was followed by a 6-0 home victory over Genoa last weekend, with Hirving Lozano scoring twice during a strong performance.
The team's major signing this summer was Victor Osimhen from Lille, and the 21-year-old has provided one assist in his two Serie A appearances thus far.
Juventus Serie A form: WD
Napoli Serie A form: WW
The squad is otherwise in good shape, though, and it would not be a surprise to see the majority of the XI that started against Genoa again take to the field for this game.
Indeed, Lozano's brace should see him keep his spot down the left, with Eljif Elmas potentially coming into the side as a replacement for Insigne, which was the substitution that took place against Genoa.
Juventus possible starting lineup:
Szczesny; Danilo, Bonucci, Chiellini; Cuadrado, Bentancur, Arthur, Frabotta; Ramsey; Kulusevski, Ronaldo
Napoli possible starting lineup:
Meret; Di Lorenzo, Manolas, Koulibaly, Hysaj; Ruiz, Demme; Elmas, Mertens, Lozano; Osimhen
We say: Juventus 1-1 Napoli
Juve will be determined to return to winning ways in Italy's top flight, but the champions are in for a tough examination this weekend. Napoli have been excellent in their first two matches, and we expect Gattuso's side to pick up a point from their trip to the Allianz Stadium on Sunday night.