OptaPaolo: AC Milan have lost five consecutive Serie A games against Juventus for the first time since 1984.
- Serie A top scorer Tevez fires in 14th goal of the season
- Antonelli heads Milan equaliser from a corner
- Juve retake lead as Bonucci converts from close range
- Spain striker Morata guides in rebound off the post
- Juve bidding for fourth straight Serie A title
So, a clinical display from league leaders Juventus, but another defeat for Milan.
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And that's your lot from the Juventus Arena.
Three goals and three more points for the home side and Serie A leaders who open up a 10-point gap over Roma who play tomorrow against Cagliari.
Carlos Tevez comes off to a standing ovation for the home side and Fernando Llorente gets a late cameo in his place.
Three minutes time being added on at the end of the 90.
Opta Jose on Twitter: 1 - Álvaro Morata has both scored and assisted for the first time in a single Serie A or La Liga game. BloomingCopyright: AFP
Giampaolo Pazzini is down in the Juventus area after a tangle with Giorgio Chiellini. Replays show the Juventus defender struck the Milan striker with his arm and elbow in the face, but it didn't look anywhere near intentional. No sign of any teeth near Chiellini on that occasion.
End of the night for Claudio Marchisio as he makes way for Juventus's first change. Fair to say he's put a strong shift in and somehow hasn't added his name to the scoresheet. Angelo Ogbonna comes on in his place.
Bit of a scrappy few minutes before Juventus try to almost walk the ball in for a fourth goal. Simone Padoin tries to cut the ball back for Carlos Tevez to finish in the middle and then Claudio Marchisio takes a shot from inside the box, but on both occasions Milan keeper Diego Lopez is there to stop them.
Final substitution for Milan as Adil Rami replaces Cristian Zaccardo in defence.
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Milan look like they've lost a bit of fizz after that third Juventus goal. Midfielder Michael Essien tries to lift spirits as he takes a shot from 30 yards. It's a long way high and wide of the goal though.
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Morata can't keep out of the action. Marchisio dinks a ball in to the Milan area from a short corner, but Morata's right-foot volley flies over the crossbar.
Juventus in full flow now after Morata's goal and they almost have a fourth. It's Vidal, Pogba and Marchisio combining on the break. The ball falls again to Morata in the box, but he's strayed offside as he finishes from the edge of the six-yard box.
Bit of a sucker punch that third Juventus goal for Milan, who were starting to look threatening. They've had their fair share of the chances in this second half.
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It's time to belt out the tune of Chelsea Dagger again at the Juventus Stadium as the hosts get a third of the night. Alvaro Morata is the man on the scoresheet, but it was the driving left-foot shot from Claudio Marchisio that beat Diego Lopez only for the foot of the post to deny him. Young Spain striker Morata, a big-money summer signing from Real Madrid, was on hand to slot home the rebound from 12 yards out.
Bonaventura appears to have moved out wide left for Milan and Honda has pushed in to a more central role just behind Pazzini.
Andrea Poli makes way for Giacomo Bonaventura in Milan's second change of the night.
Alessio Cerci sets Keisuke Honda free down the right for Milan, but the Japan midfielder's ball in to the box won't sit down for Giampaolo Pazzini to get a shot away. Some more good pressure from the visitors.
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Milan still a chance of getting back level here as they continue to press Juventus high in possession. But, for all their hard work off the ball, you get the sense a mistake also isn't far away at the back.
Giampaolo Pazzini in the action again for Milan. A left-foot shot this time as he gets on the end of a through ball. Juve stopper Gianluigi Buffon has the answer once more as he stretches out a left hand to palm the shot at the near post away for a corner.
Chile midfielder Arturo Vidal wins a free-kick for Juventus - in Andrea Pirlo range - as he tangles on the edge of the box with Luca Antonelli. Poor effort though from Pirlo as the shot swerves a long way wide of the target.
Milan's Giampaolo Pazzini produces the first effort of the second half as he gets a right-foot shot away. Juve keeper Gianluigi Buffon is down to save with his body behind it. Encouraging start for the visitors.
And we're off for the second half.
Juventus manager Massimiliano Allegri looks a focused figure as he walks out and takes his seat in the dugout as the two teams emerge for the second half. Michael Essien still appears to be remonstrating about something with the referee in the meantime.
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And that's your lot for the first half as AC Milan clear a poor corner. Entertaining stuff there with three goals in the space of 17 minutes. You get the feeling they'll be more to come after the break too.
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Carlos Tevez unleashes a right-foot shot from just outside of the box. A nice height for Milan keeper Diego Lopez who palms the ball behind for a corner.
Opta Paolo on Twitter: 9 - AC Milan have conceded 9 goals from a corner in this Serie A, fewer only than Cesena (10). Flaw.
Another alarm for AC Milan as Juventus get in behind their back four. Alvaro Morata looks for strike partner Carlos Tevez unmarked in the middle of the box, but the offside flag goes up to save Milan. Two minutes added on at the end of the first-half.
More calamity at the back from AC Milan as Alex - another former Chelsea man involved out there - tries to clear, but only manages to hit the backside of his defensive partner Luca Antonelli and the ball deflects out for a Juventus corner.
Been a very entertaining watch this first half. Some real clinicism in attack from Juventus and some outright sloppiness from AC Milan which means a chance is never far away.
Early AC Milan change. Giampaolo Pazzini comes on to replace Jeremy Menez as the France international looks to be struggling with an injury.
Michael Essien is in the referee's notebook for a late challenge. Wonder how many times that sentence has been typed in the Ghana midfielder's career?
It's all going off here with action aplenty. Leonardo Bonucci has put Juventus back in front as he latches on to Carlos Tevez's header into the danger area from a corner. Great response from the hosts, moments before the goal Claudio Marchisio went close again. Milan keeper Diego Lopez got down low to his right to tip it round the post after Sulley Muntari carelessly lost possession on the edge of the box.Copyright: Getty Images
Almost an immediate reply from Juventus as Spanish striker Alvaro Morata fires in a low, angled drive. But he turns around to see that the flag is up for offside - like it should have been for Carlos Tevez's opening goal.
Well, well, well. Where did that suddenly come from? AC Milan are level from a corner as left-back Luca Antonelli rises at the near post to flick a header home in to the vacant net. Alessio Cerci was the man with the pinpoint cross from the corner.Copyright: AFPCopyright: Reuters
Former Portsmouth midfielder Sulley Muntari slides in late and gives another free-kick away. It's the Pirlo and Evra combination again for Juventus and the former Manchester United defender is unmarked as he rises to head. He should hit the target, but heads it well over.
Free-kick in from Andrea Pirlo from the right for Juventus and Patrice Evra is almost on the end of the out-swinging delivery for a second goal. Milan keeper Diego Lopez gets himself in there too though to force it behind for a corner. Nothing comes from it as the referee spots a foul in the box from Juventus.
First corner for AC Milan. Juve keeper Gianluigi Buffon punches away the first ball in and then has to dive out to stop Jeremy Menez's ball back in from the right. Referee has spotted a foul though in the build-up.
AC Milan manager Filippo Inzaghi looked far from happy with that decision there for the goal. Fair to say he was making his feelings known as the home fans danced along to the strains of Chelsea Dagger by The Fratellis.
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Juventus strike the opening blow. It's the former Manchester United and Manchester City man Carlos Tevez with the goal and it looks very, very offside. Very calm finish though as he breaks from just over the halfway line and slots it left-footed low past Milan keeper Diego Lopez. Nice way to belatedly mark your 31st birthday just two days ago.
AC Milan have settled in to things a bit now after a slightly nervy start. They've managed to hush that home crowd a touch as well.
Bit scrappy from Juventus as AC Milan settle into some decent possession for the first time. Former Chelsea midfielder Michael Essien trying to pull the strings for the visitors. Italian pass-master Andrea Pirlo is marshalling his troops as he sits in his customary position in front of the back four.
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More nice work on the edge of the box again by Juventus. Neat one-two between Arturo Vidal and Carlos Tevez, but Vidal can't get his left-foot shot on target.
First corner for Juventus as Patrice Evra's cross can't be cleared by Luca Antonelli. Lopez rises to punch it clear.
Early shot from Juventus as Alvaro Morata tests the reactions of Diego Lopez in the Milan goal.
The former Real Madrid stopper is down well to get behind that one as it bounces in front of him.
And we're under way.
It's 21 points and eight places between these two in the table, but there's plenty of history between them to ensure it'll be spicy.
The teams are out and it's a packed house at the Juventus Stadium.
Home fans sound in good voice and they've all got their black and/or white sheets to help paint a picture of the club crest in the stands.
Join in the debate this evening and tell us who you'll be getting behind.
Who among those two teams is a potential match-winner? Can Milan's new crop of signings make a difference for them?
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Juventus: Buffon, Padoin, Bonucci, Chiellini, Evra, Marchisio, Pirlo, Pogba, Vidal, Tevez, Morata.
Subs: Storari, Rubinho, Barzagli, Ogbonna, De Ceglie, Sturaro, Pepe, Pereyra, Coman, Llorente.
Milan: Diego Lopez, Zaccardo, Alex, Paletta, Antonelli, Poli, Essien, Muntari, Cerci, Menez, Honda.
Subs: Abbiati, Gori, Albertazzi, Bocchetti, Rami, Van Ginkel, Mastalli, Bonaventura, Suso, Pazzini.
This is the 160th Serie A encounter between these two sides.
Juventus have the edge in the head-to-head with 57 wins to Milan's 48. The other 54 games have finished in a draw.
These two are Italy's most decorated clubs.
103 trophies between them - but fortunes have been somewhat different for the pair in recent years.
While Juventus have won three successive Serie A titles, Milan have struggled and find themselves among the also-rans.
Can the Rossoneri rediscover some of that old magic this evening?
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Well, after the drama and excitement of the Madrid derby earlier, we're back with some more action to keep you salivating.
It's over to Turin this one as Serie A leaders Juventus take on an ailing AC Milan, now managed by former striker Filippo Inzaghi.
Bring it on.