Juventus 0 Juventus 1 0 Milan: Gianluca Vialli scored the opening goal for the first time in the Serie A title race in Milan, sealing a 4-3 win.
Juve came from behind to draw 2-2 at Stadio San Siro in their opener, but then came back from a two-goal deficit to win 4-2 on aggregate.
Conte’s side are second in the table and are also unbeaten in five games.
Milan’s Giampaolo Caruso opened the scoring in the second half with a deflected effort.
Juve’s goal came after the break, with Simone Zaza equalising from the penalty spot.
Viola is a two player game and Zaza and Simone are both holding midfielder and full-back, while Andrea Barzagli is in central midfield and Paulo Dybala is on the wing.
In front of goal, Giorgio Chiellini had two goals in five league games, and is third in the goalscoring charts with three.
Milan are second from bottom in Serie A and have not lost at home since March 2017.
Gianluca Fiorentina beat Inter in Turin 3-2 to reach the Serie B finals, where they face Juventus in the first leg of the quarter-final.
La Scala have won only one game this season and have lost six, their lowest total since January 2014.
Giampaolo Pazzini scored the second goal of the game in the 77th minute after Antonio Candreva had put his side level with Inter.
Milana midfielder Daniele Rugani was sent off for a challenge on Stefano Pelle in the 74th minute, and Alessandro Del Piero and Matteo Mancini had a penalty shout turned down.
The home side will look to win their first away game since the final of the 2017-18 Champions League.
Simeone was pleased with his side’s performance, and has made six changes to his starting XI.
Rugani replaced Andrea Barragli, while Alessandro Diamanti, Domenico Berardi and Matteos Puccio are still sidelined.
Inter will be without their captain Alessandro Di Stefano, who was sidelined with an ankle injury and will not be available to face Milan.
Conte, who will not face Milan until March, is expecting a strong Milan side in the game.
“I’m happy with the performance of our team, we are happy to play a team that is capable of winning and I’m really proud of the work that I do every week,” Conte said.
Borussia Dortmund are looking to end a three-match losing streak, and move up to second in their Bundesliga group with a win against FC Augsburg.
Fernando Torres and Mats Hummels were called up to the international squad for the World Cup qualifier against South Korea on Tuesday, and are expected to be available for the match against Milan.