Juve have only four players with any sort of long-term injury record, and two of them are injured for the whole of the season.
Andrea Barzagli and Giorgio Chiellini both returned to action in midweek and Andrea Barzun is still recovering from a shoulder injury suffered in the last game of the Serie A season.
However, there are more than four players who have sustained any kind of serious injury this season.
The first is Alessandro Florenzi, who had a minor ankle injury in the 4-0 defeat to Napoli and has yet to make a competitive appearance.
The injury was later ruled out, and the midfielder missed the next two games.
Florenza has been linked with a move to Inter Milan, and his replacement, Andrea Bertolacci, is struggling to make the first team.
Heidi Benalmadena also has a hamstring injury and has missed a good part of the campaign.
The other injury concern is Simone Zaza, who missed most of the 2015/16 campaign after suffering a hamstring strain in training.
He returned to play for Juve in mid-February, but was unable to replicate the form he showed in his debut season in 2014/15.
The injury crisis could lead to some players being sent on loan in the summer, which could be a real problem for the Bianconeri.
With Juve already having to pay a €2.5 million fine over the transfer of Mario Mandzukic from Bayern Munich to Lazio, it is not clear if this problem will affect their ability to make any signings.
There are also rumours linking Inter Milan’s Giorgio Chiella with a return to the Italian capital, and if he does not impress then there is no way the Biancones will be able to afford the €1.8 million fee.
Juve face a tough battle in the race to qualify for the Champions League, with Champions League group stage games against AC Milan and Real Madrid being the two most likely scenarios.
Juve are now two points clear of second-placed PSG in the Serie B table and have the chance to take their place in the top four of the table when the quarter-finals kick off on Saturday.