On the eve of the Bianconeri’s Serie A home clash with Palermo, Juventus.com has delved into the archives to bring you three memorable victories over the Rosanero.
Juventus 3-0 Palermo, 20 November 2011
In the first ever meeting between the two at the newly-built Juventus Stadium, Antonio Conte’s champions’ elect ran out 3-0 winners in an entertaining encounter.
Simone Pepe got the ball rolling after 20 minutes when he stooped to head in Giorgio Chiellini’s left wing cross. Juventus could have doubled their advantage before half-time but Andrea Pirlo's exquisite curler cannoned back off the inside of the post.
It was 2-0 180 seconds into the second-half when Alessandro Matri raced on to Stephan Lichtsteiner’s eye of the needle pass to crash his effort through Alexandros Tzorvas’ legs.
Claudio Marchisio slid in a third to wrap up all three points with a quarter of the game still to be played as the Bianconeri put their Sicilian counterparts to the sword in style.
Juventus 5-0 Palermo, 25 November 2007
Having come back up from Serie B following relegation in 2006, Claudio Ranieri’s outfit enjoyed their best victory of the season as they brushed the Rosanero aside 5-0.
David Trezeguet’s bicycle kick put the Bianconeri in front just short of the half-hour mark before Vincenzo Iaquinta prodded in to make it 2-0 four minutes before the break.
With 20 minutes to go, Alessandro Del Piero curled in a trademark free-kick that left Federico Agliardi completely motionless to see Juventus go three up.
Marco Marchionni then got in on the act with a classy finish before Del Piero notched his second and Juve’s fifth by dispatching a penalty in stoppage time.
Juventus 4-1 Palermo, 14 September 1969
On the opening day of the 1969/70 season, Juventus and Palermo lit the blue touch paper for a new Serie A campaign with an end-to-end league meeting.
Gaetano Troja put the visitors in front after only 240 seconds elapsed but the home side were on level terms when Helmut Haller emphatically nodded in seven minutes later.
And the German was at it again as his bullet header allowed Juventus to get their noses in front 19 minutes after the restart.
Lamberto Leonardi then made it three with another header before Giuseppe Furino settled proceedings as he raced through to toe poke home with a quarter of an hour remaining.