Juventus have snatched six victories away at Chievo Verona in the league, and only on one occasion have they not scored more than one goal in doing so.
It was back in 2005 when a solitary strike from Ruben Olivera consigned the Gialloblu to a home defeat, but otherwise the match-ups between the two sides when Juventus have visited the Stadio Marc’Antonio Bentegodi have been full of excitement, starting from the first time they met there in 2002.
The Bianconeri emerged 3-1 winners against Luigi Del Neri’s team (who were playing their debut season in the top flight) thanks to a headed opener from Ciro Ferrara, an own-goal from Fabio Moro and a spot-kick from Alessandro Del Piero.
The next year, Marcello Lippi’s team did one better, this time winning 4-1. David Trezeguet stole the show with a hat-trick on a snowy day in Verona.
In 2003/04, it was a comeback victory: Lorenzo D’Anna’s penalty put the hosts in front, before ex-Chievo man Nicola Legrottaglie and then Trezeguet turned it around to secure the three points.
In Juve’s next away win during the 2008/09 season, Del Piero followed up the standing ovation he received at the Bernabeu a few days earlier with the opener. His penalty on the day of his thirty-fourth birthday was capped off by a Vincenzo Iaquinta strike that took the Bianconeri to an unreachable 2-0 lead.
In their most recent away fixture against Chievo Verona on 3 February 2013, Juve took the lead through a stunning Alessandro Matri volley and doubled it when Stephan Lichtsteiner fired home a Sebastian Giovinco backheel. Cyril Thereau got one back but Gigi Buffon held out and Antonio Conte’s men took home three vital points as the end of the Scudetto race drew nearer.