Juventus were beaten by Inter less than two weeks ago, but Andrea Pirlo said he had moved on.
Juventus will face bitter rivals Inter in the Coppa Italia semi-finals after the 13-time winners claimed an emphatic victory over SPAL.
Juventus will host second-tier SPAL on Wednesday but leading scorer Cristiano Ronaldo will not be involved.
Real Madrid and Bayern Munich suffered shock cup exits this month and Andrea Pirlo is wary of a similar outcome when Juventus face SPAL.
Inter boss Antonio Conte insisted Christian Eriksen is still adapting to a new league after recalling him for Thursday's win at SPAL.
Inter cruised to a 4-0 win over strugglers SPAL on Thursday to make it back-to-back victories as they closed the gap on Juventus.
SPAL may look doomed at the foot of Serie A, but Antonio Conte has urged Inter to maintain their high levels on Thursday.
After Milan completed a dramatic comeback against SPAL, Stefano Pioli was asked about his future and ongoing talk regarding Ralf Rangnick.
Milan will recover from a tired Serie A display against SPAL to provide a test for second-placed Lazio, according to coach Stefano Pioli.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic played for the first time since March as Milan drew 2-2 at SPAL after a late own goal from Francesco Vicari.