Juventus forward Mirko Vucinic believes his team can cope with the pressure of leading the Serie A standings with four games remaining.
The Turin giants travel to the Silvio Piola stadium to face relegation-threatened Novara holding a three- point advantage over AC Milan.
Wednesday's 1-0 triumph at Cesena left Juve still unbeaten in the league this season and stretched their winning run to seven games.
"We have four battles left to win the war," Vucinic told www.juventus.it .
"We have four difficult games left to play, starting with Sunday's game at Novara.
"We know that destiny is in our hands. In recent months we have grown more aware of our physical and mental strength and our competitive quality so we are optimistic."
Juve, coached by Antonio Conte, must overcome the absence of striker Alessandro Matri, who must serve a one-match ban.
Matri is the team's top scorer with 10 goals so far.
Fortunately for Juve, Novara have the second worst backline in the competition behind Genoa, with 57 goals given away in 34 games.
Novara go into the encounter on the back of Wednesday's 2-1 triumph over Lazio which kept their faint hopes of avoiding the drop alive.
However, Novara know that anything other than a win tomorrow could see them relegated from Serie A.
Attilio Tesser's side are in 19th place, eight points from safety with 12 points still up for grabs.
"We have to win," Tesser said. "It's going to be a battle from start to finish.
"We will give all that we have.
"There are still four games left and until the numbers say otherwise, we are still in the battle to avoid the drop."
Novara have not lost at home since February 2. The hosts will be without defender Michael Morganella, who serves a one-match ban.