Trips to the Stadio Friuli typically evoke magical memories for Bianconeri supporters, with the 2002 Scudetto title won on the final day of the season taking pride of place at the top of the pile.
Heading into the game a point behind leaders Inter, a dramatic afternoon saw the Bianconeri leapfrog their rivals through goals from David Trezeguet and Alessandro Del Piero, clinching Scudetto number 26 in the process.
But, at a ground where Juventus have prevailed on a total of 24 occasions, there are many other previous encounters worth recalling.
Back in 1952, a seven-goal showing, featuring Pasquale Vivolo’s hat-trick and doubles apiece for Karl and John Hansen, earned the visitors a stunning 7-2 triumph.
And the goals continued to flow 30 years later, when Domenico Marocchino, Paolo Rossi, Pietro Paolo Virdis and Antonio Cabrini’s brace rounded off a 5-1 demolition job in 1982.
There was seemingly no stopping the Bianconeri train in 2010/11, with Andrea Coda’s own goal opening the floodgates for a 4-0 triumph capped off by strikes from Fabio Quagliarella, Claudio Marchisio and Vincenzo Iaquinta.
Another four-goal haul followed two years later as Arturo Vidal, Mirko Vucinic and Sebastian Giovinco’s brace continued the visitors’ 100 per cent start to the season, rendering Andrea Lazzarri’s late effort a mere consolation.
Giovinco was also amongst the goals in the most recent meeting of the sides on Udine soil, joining Fernando Llorente on the scoresheet in a comfortable 2-0 success last April.