By FOX Sports Staff
The Bianconeri are runaway leaders in the Serie A and currently hold a nine-point lead over second-placed Napoli.
Inter, on the other hand, have only collected 47 points from 28 games and could even struggle to achieve Europa League qualification for the next season.
Regardless, Schelotto is looking forward to the game and is eager to score a goal against another top-tier side after having earlier scored against AC Milan back in February.
"We've had the international break and that's given us time to prepare properly for the match and we've been working very hard. We're fired up and ready for it," Schelotto told reporters.
"Juve have just won an important game [against Bologna], whereas we didn't play, so we were able to rest a bit more. It's going to be a tough game.
"Would I like to follow up my goal against Milan by hitting the net against Juve? It's always great to score but Inter comes first. I'm happy with my goal against Milan but if we beat Juve and I don't score I'll be just as happy."
Inter Milan won the previous match between the two sides at the Juventus Stadium although they have not fared as well this year with just three wins from 13 fixtures so far.