A trip to the Stadio Marc’Antonio Bentegodi is never an easy one, but the Bianconeri have managed eight post-war successes over Hellas Verona at the ground where they will be running out on Sunday afternoon.
The first came in 1958, the year Juve won the first star on their shirt, with goals from Omar Sivori, John Charles and Giuseppe Corradi lifting them to a 3-2 win.
1976 brought the next triumph, Marco Tardelli and Roberto Bettega scoring to defeat the side led by former Italy boss Ferruccio Valcareggi.
On 4 February 1979, the Bianconeri overcame the hosts with three goals in the space of 15 second-half minutes, Pietro Paolo Virdis, Bettega and Vinicio Verza on the scoresheet.
In the 1985/86 campaign, the year after Verona had pulled off a famous Scudetto triumph, a Michael Laudrup left-footed strike from distance took Gialloblu goalkeeper Giuliano Giuliani by surprise to seal an important win.
It was Angelo Peruzzi, though, who was in goal when Verona suffered the biggest of their home defeats at the hands the Bianconeri. The future Juve number one was forced to pick goals from Salvatore Schillaci, Daniele Fortunato and Giancarlo Marocchi out of his net during a 4-1 loss in 1989/90.
In 1997, Ciro Ferrara and Vladimir Jugovic were decisive in a win that set Juventus on their way to Scudetto number 24.
To finish the series, two narrow successes: an Alessandro Del Piero penalty made the difference in 2001, while Jean-Alain Boumsong headed home the winner in a 2007 Serie B clash, the last encounter between the sides at the Bentegodi.