Juventus will take on Parma in Serie A on Saturday at the Ennio Tardini (20:30 CEST) for the first time in four seasons, with the Bianconeri's last victory away to the Gialloblu coming back in 2013.
Juve's last victory at the Tardini
It's 2 November 2013, and after 10 matchdays days Roma remains with a 100% record at the top of the table.
Juve are being forced into responding with a win each weekend, therefore Antonio Conte's team need to pick up three points at the Tardini. Parma have already proven to be a difficult opponent up to this point, winning at home against Atalanta, Sassuolo and Milan scoring 10 goals in the process.
Although Parma-Juventus takes places on the eve of an important Champions League match against Real Madrid, Conte retains much of his core starting XI bar one or two exceptions.
The familiar 3-5-2 formation is deployed with Buffon in goal; a defensive line composed of Barzagli, Ogbonna, Chiellini. In the midfield, Padoin, Vidal, Pogba, Marchisio and Asamoah; whilst up top is Tevez and Giovinco.
In the second half substitutes Pirlo, Quagliarella and Llorente enter the fray.
Compared to the previous performances of Roberto Donadoni's team, Parma appear to have a tough time breaking down Juve and find themselves under pressure at times.
Carlos Tevez attempts to find a way through in the first half but is constantly foiled in the Parma goal by former Juventus goalkeeper, Antonio Mirante.
In the second period Juve step up the pressure the decisive moment finally arrives in the 77th minute. Substitute, Fabio Quagliarella hits the crossbar from far out and Paul Pogba is there to pounce all the rebound to send all three points back to Turin as Juve hang on for a 0-1 win!