Produced a miraculous save to keep out an effort from Di Natale in the 63rd minute, having also denied the same player before the break.
Making a return from injury, the Italy international was dominant in the air as he put in a solid display at the back for the Bianconeri.
Failed to deal with the threat of Di Natale on quite a few occasions, particularly in the second half.
The imposing centre-back looked fairly comfortable throughout as his team dominated possession, though Di Natale's intelligent movement did trouble him at times after the break.
P. De Ceglie
The 27-year-old provided a great attacking outlet for the Old Lady on the left from his position at wing-back.
Produced a handful of divine touches after being picked ahead of Pogba, but faded considerably after the break.
Fresh from his goalscoring exploits in the Champions League the Chilean midfielder looked dangerous as Juventus camped out on the edge of Udinese's penalty area.
The Italy international's involvement was brought to an abrupt end in the 15th minute when he had to be replaced by Pogba after picking up an injury early on.
Did the simple things well on the right for the home side, without ever excelling. Withdrawn in the second half by Conte.
The ball stuck to him in the opening exchanges as he brilliantly brought team-mates around him into play and he proved the difference late on when he popped up to score a close-range header.
Forced Brkic into a fine stop with a venomous shot in the ninth minute and dragged a shot just wide later in the game. Continued to link well with Llorente in attack for the hosts.
Made one fabulous stop to deny Tevez in the first half and commanded his penalty area well before being beaten very late on by Llorente's close-range header.
Helped keep the Old Lady at bay in the first half before being caught by Llorente just before the interval. The Frenchman appeared to struggle with a knock after that collision.
Worked tirelessly on the right-hand side of midfield for the visitors as Juventus enjoyed far more possession than their opponents.
The disciplined defender put in a truckload of blocks to keep Juventus out for much of the game.
Continued his decent form for Guidolin's side at centre-back and played a key role in shielding the Udinese goal, before the hosts struck at the death.
Linked well with the overlapping Silva before being withdrawn on the hour mark.
Thwarted Llorente and Vidal with some brilliant last-ditch challenges and got forward down the left to good effect.
Made a vital goal-line clearance in the final stages to keep out a Llorente header and he did a good job playing just in front of the back four for Guidolin's side.
Snatched at a couple of chances before the break and he did not appear in sync with some of his team-mates during his time on the pitch. Subbed off late on.
Pushed on in the second half after chasing shadows in the first. Tested Buffon with a brilliant swerving effort that the Italian tipped over superbly.
A. Di Natale
Tested Buffon with an ambitious chip in the first half and showed some lovely touches after the break, before drawing a world-class stop from the Juventus goalkeeper in the 63rd minute.
The versatile Swiss made his return following a 10-game absence through injury and did well to provide the assist for Llorente's goal, albeit slightly unintentionally.
Replaced Pirlo in the 15th minute and looked a bit off the pace in a central position for the hosts.
Chose to protect his face with his hands moments after coming on, which resulted in a yellow card. Forced Brkic into making a fine stop with a rasping shot from 20 yards.