Inter Milan aims for a third successive win in all competitions on Saturday at the San Siro against Napoli.

Claudio Ranieri's tenure at Inter has started well with the club recording a 3-1 win over Bologna last weekend in his debut before a 3-2 triumph in the Champions League against CSKA Moscow in midweek.

And now Inter will try to climb further up the Serie A table with a win over a tough Napoli side, which also enjoyed Champions League success this past week, beating Villarreal, 2-0.

The win moved Napoli into second place in Group A of the competition, but it also saw the club suffer injuries to a pair of strikers as Edinson Cavani and Ezequiel Lavezzi are both doubtful to play on Saturday after sustaining ankle injuries.

Sunday's big showdown takes place in Turin as Juventus hosts AC Milan with Juve holding a three-point edge on the Rossoneri entering the weekend.

Milan topped Viktoria Plzen, 2-0, in the Champions League in midweek and the match also saw the return of striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic after a two-week injury absence.

The Swedish striker will be facing his former club on Sunday with Juve having drawn its last two games following back-to-back wins to open the season.

Udinese is tied atop the league with Juve and will be hoping to collect three points at home against Bologna, while Atalanta has won three straight matches and travels to Roma.

Catania has yet to taste defeat this season but has also drawn three of its first four games and visits Novara, while Cesena aims for its first win of the campaign at home against Chievo.

Fiorentina hosts Lazio with the Viola attempting to protect a perfect record at home, Lecce entertains Cagliari, Siena visits Palermo and Genoa clashes with Parma.