Seven wins, three draws (all different at 1-1, 2-2 and 3-3) and zero defeats is Juventus’ exemplary record from Serie A encounters contested with Chievo Verona on home soil.
However, the Gialloblu have tended to put up a strong fight, a point reflected by the most common Bianconeri success being by a solitary goal to nil.
From these contests, Mauro Camoranesi was the match-winner in 2004, David Trezeguet made the difference two years later and it was a Vincenzo Iaquinta header that decided it in 2010.
Two tight fixtures in particular have gone down in history as classics. Firstly, a 3-2 comeback win for the Bianconeri in 2001/02 - a game that began with a tribute to the victims of 9/11 at the Delle Alpi - and secondly an incredible 4-3 thriller in Juventus’ favour the following year.
It was a memorable day for the home supporters, who could celebrate Scudetto number 27, but a less joyous occasion for Chievo, who missed out on European football despite Oliver Bierhoff’s stunning hat-trick.
In more recent years, Juve have had a smoother path to victory. It was 3-0 in 2005 with Marcelo Zalayeta, Pavel Nedved and Zlatan Ibrahimovic on the scoresheet, while Fabio Quagliarella netted both goals in a 2-0 win during the 2012/13 campaign.