On the pitch, the Bianconeri defeated Inter 2-0 in their first ever Serie A title game.
The win lifts Juve up to fourth place in Serie A, three points behind leaders Inter and nine ahead of Lazio.
Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri believes his team’s performance on Saturday will see them leapfrog Lazio and move into the top four.
The Bianconers had the best chances but Antonio Candreva and Edinson Cavani were superb, with Candrevas equalising after only 11 minutes.
Inter’s Marco Verratti scored his fourth goal of the season, before Lazio’s Stefano Mauri missed a penalty.
Allegri believes the result will put Lazio in a stronger position, and it is only the second time Juventus have won the league title in the last eight seasons.
Juve, who finished fifth last season, will be hoping to repeat the feat on Sunday, when they host Sassuolo in the final.
Albini has given himself two more games to lead Juve to the title, and he says he is satisfied with how they have performed.
“I have had to win three games and win three of those games, so I feel good about the way I have played,” he said.
“It is difficult to win games in Italy, but the way we have performed, we are in the top eight.”
The Biancocelesti are now just two points behind Lazio, but have not won a game since May 23.