Brescia host their first Serie A match since May 22, 2011, with Bologna visiting the revamped Stadio Mario Rigamonti.
Fiorentina had the best chances with Federico Chiesa and Franck Ribery, but Juventus clung on for a point despite losing three players to injury.
Duvan Zapata scored a stoppage-time stunner to give Atalanta victory away to Genoa just moments after a debatable penalty.
Inter made it three wins out of three thanks to Stefano Sensi’s header, but it was an uninspired performance after Rodrigo De Paul’s foolish red card for Udinese.
Dries Mertens bagged a brace to intensify Sampdoria’s crisis, while Fernando Llorente provided an assist within minutes of his Napoli debut.
Deadline day signings Matteo Darmian and Giovanni Simeone are expected to make their debuts for Parma and Cagliari respectively.
Paulo Fonseca is still looking for his first Roma victory after two draws and could start Henrikh Mkhitaryan and Chris Smalling against Sassuolo.
Lazio are still raging after rattling the woodwork repeatedly in their Rome Derby draw and want to take it out on pointless SPAL.
Torino are confident of maintaining their perfect start to the season with a third straight victory over newly promoted Lecce.
Marco Giampaolo is still struggling to forge his new Milan identity and faces a tricky trip to Hellas Verona, who are unbeaten since promotion from Serie B.