With a coronavirus outbreak at Inter forcing their game against Sassuolo to be postponed, Juve can move within seven points of the Nerazzurri with a home win over Benevento on Sunday - their final game before the international break.
The reigning champions – who are looking to win the Scudetto for a 10th successive season – have won their last seven league games at the Allianz Stadium too, scoring at least two goals in each of those matches while conceding just three times.
While they do have the Coppa Italia final against Atalanta to come later in the season, Juve's surprise Champions League exit to Porto in the last 16 leaves them with time to focus fully on league duties.
"It's our duty to put pressure on Inter and we have to do it match after match, starting tomorrow," Pirlo told the media on Saturday.
"Our only goal now is to win as many points as possible, in order to put pressure on Inter and to make it all to play for in our game against them.
"I've spoken to the team, let's see where we are after each match, thinking towards the future. We must try to win as many games as we can.
"It will not only depend on us, but we must believe that we can always win. We are aware and convinced."