Victories in their last two fixtures could cap off an impressive campaign for the Italians.
After wrapping up the Serie A title against Palermo on Sunday, Juventus could still go on to break four league records if they continue their winning form.
Juve’s win over Atalanta on Wednesday was their ninth straight victory as they head into the final two matches of the season 11 points ahead of second-placed Napoli.
If the Bianconeri win those remaining fixtures, at home to Cagliari and away to Sampdoria, then they will be the first side in Serie A history to beat every other side in the league at least once.
Currently Sampdoria are the only side missing from the full set, but Antonio Conte’s side will need to triumph over the Sardinians as well if they want to achieve the other Italian records.
These records would include the most wins in a row and the most overall victories in a single league campaign – honours that have been held for 81 and 63 years respectively.
Currently the most consecutive wins in a Serie A season stands at 10 matches, an achievement secured by Juve themselves way back in the 1931/32 season.
Also, the Italian champions have won 27 league matches so far in 2012/13, but two more victories would see them break a record that has been held since the 1949/50 season – also by them.
Lastly, two wins would ensure that the Old Lady stay 11 points ahead of Napoli – regardless of their rivals’ results – and that would be the biggest points gap between first and second ever seen in Serie A.
The previous record was set in the 1994/95 campaign by, of course, Juventus.
Whether Conte’s side will be willing to knuckle down and break the records that are already held by the club is another matter, although it would top off a memorable season for a side that has had a difficult few years.