The Bianconeri have already equalled their previous record - which has stood for 88 years - and will be heavy favourites to set a new benchmark by continue their 100% start to the campaign across all competitions.
Here, Sports Mole looks at how Massimiliano Allegri could set his side up in Ronaldo's absence.
Juventus will be relieved that Ronaldo's ban was not extended and that the only match he will miss is the one which looks easiest on paper in the group.
Allegri may have even been considering resting him along with other key players following Saturday's win over closest title challengers Napoli, which could see the likes of Giorgio Chiellini, Leonardo Bonucci and Paulo Dybala left out on Tuesday.
Douglas Costa is serving a domestic ban for spitting and has also struggled with an ankle injury since matchday one, which means that Juan Cuadrado is likely to start in the front three if there are changes, with Filippo Bernardeschi also in line to come into the side.
If Allegri does choose to rest his first-choice centre-back partnership then he has a couple of readymade replacements in Daniele Rugani and Mehdi Benatia, both of whom should be capable of keeping Young Boys at bay.