It kicks off at 19.45 UK time at the Allianz Stadium.
Max Allegri is desperate for a win and sees Adrien Rabiot, Alex Sandro and Manuel Locatelli return to action. Federico Chiesa and Paul Pogba are still on the treatment table, while Angel Di Maria is suspended.
Milik and Vlahovic are expected to start up front. The Serbia international scored his first goal from open play since August 15 while on international duty.
Bonucci remained on the bench in a 1-0 loss against Monza before the break, but is expected to start tonight.
Thiago Motta’s Bologna travel to Turin without the injured Musa Barrow, but Nicola Sansone returns to action and is expected to start in the attacking trident along with Riccardo Orsolini and Serie A’s top scorer Marko Arnautovic, who is responsible for six of Bologna’s seven goals so far this season.
Motta lost his first match in charge of Bologna against Empoli two weeks ago and is looking for the Rossoblu’s first win against Juventus in the Girone d’Andata since 1998.
Juventus vs. Bologna: probable line-ups
Bologna (4-2-3-1): Skorupski; De Silvestri, Posch, Lucumí, Cambiaso; Medel, Schouten; Sansone, Soriano, Orsolini; Arnautovic.