After the run of 12 consecutive victories on the road came to halt at SPAL, here is all the analysis from the Bianconeri's final game before the international break.
Spal-Juve: Talking points
Despite not gaining maximum points La Vecchia Signora were able to extend their unbeaten Serie A run to 16, and in all competitions Juve are 24 without defeat.
Leonardo Semplici's team showed to be a tough opponent, who were quick to snuff out Juve's attack. SPAL have now stayed unbeaten for four games in a row (two wins, two draws) for the first time this season.
Despite the Bianconeri not finding the goal, Juve equalled their own record of 10 consecutive Serie A matches without conceding a goal, with the previous record set in March 2016.
Kwadwo Asamoah made his 150th Juventus appearance in taking to the field against SPAL. Alongside the Ghanaian, there were milestones for Paulo Dybala and Giorgio Chiellini who reached 150 and 350 appearances in Serie A respectively.
Despite the Bianconeri's draw in Ferrara it means that Juve will go into the international break top of the Serie A leaderboard regardless of Napoli's outcome against Genoa.
Depending on how the Partenopei fare when they host Genoa, Juve will hold either a +5, +4 or +2 points advantage over their Scudetto rivals when the season resumes in two weeks' time.