The Azzurri No.1 was a spectator for the majority of the game but produced a good save in the closing stages to deny Hetemaj.
An assured performance from Bonucci who made a number of brilliant blocks and hardly put a foot wrong in the defence.
The Uruguayan put in a solid defensive performance and he failed to afford the Chievo attack any space to manoeuvre. However, he scored an unfortunate own goal when the danger should easily have been cleared.
The Swiss wideman was rarely exposed defensively but he did not offer as much of an attacking threat as Conte would have liked. He was largely culpable for Chievo's goal.
Had a magnificent first half but found life more difficult with Pellissier's introduction. Missed a sitter in the final moments.
Pulled the strings effortlessly in midfield and his dangerous set-pieces led to the goals for Marchisio and Llorente.
Troubled the Chievo defence with his quick footwork and he opened the scoring with a splendid effort.
Justified his inclusion with a superb midfield display. Showed good reactions to poke home the second goal and was at the heart of most Juventus attacks.
A typically tenacious box-to-box display from the Chilean who broke up play excellently and distributed the ball to good effect.
Failed to seize his opportunity and was whistled off the pitch by sections of the Juventus crowd. Showed glimpses of his quality with some good turns and movement but was frequently muscled off the ball.
He was a constant thorn in the Chievo defence with his strong hold-up play and aerial ability. Provided the assist for Asamoah's goal before heading in the third to seal the win.
Not the finest debut for the Chievo newboy who made a few good saves to deny the Juve attack. However, he should have done better with Pirlo's free kick which led to the second goal.
The Senegal international was Chievo's liveliest attacking option in the first half and restricted Lichtsteiner's impact down the right.
The on-loan Atalanta defender struggled to cope with the physical presence of Llorente and often found himself too static in marking situations.
Found it difficult to mark Asamoah in the first half but improved as the game wore on and offered a good attacking outlet on the overlap.
The on-loan Livorno man was Chievo's most impressive defender and he made a number of crucial interceptions and headers to deny the Juve attack.
A tough-tackling performance from the centre-back who was walking a disciplinary tightrope after an early caution. However, he did well to contain the threat of Giovinco.
The Finnish international afforded Juventus too much space in the midfield although he did show glimpses of his attacking quality in the second half.
Struggled to get to grips with Marchisio and Vidal in the midfield although he nearly scored with a late header.
The Serbian produced a tireless display in the middle of the pitch and looked tidy in possession.
The Romanian forward struggled to get on the ball and his lack of movement ensured he was easily marked by the Juventus defence. Was substituted at half-time.
Ran his socks off up front for Chievo and looked a threat when Pellissier was introduced in the second half.
Hoped to endear himself to the Juventus fans with a committed display and although he did not have many opportunities to showcase his finishing, he linked up well with the likes of Tevez and Pirlo.
Helped to stretch the tiring Chievo defence late on but failed to test Agazzi.
Added fresh legs and good width to Chievo for the final half hour.
Made a superb impact from the bench and gave Chievo the urgency they needed. Put the Juventus defence under pressure for the goal and will be expecting a start next time out.
The former West Ham striker joined the action as a late substitute and offered a more direct goal threat, going close at the death.