This is the third time Manfredini has been named as the new head coach of Juventus, with the Bianconeri currently in the second half of the Serie A campaign and looking to secure a second straight Serie A championship.
The Bianconeros will travel to Lazio on Tuesday evening to face the second-placed side and take on a side that has been struggling to find its form recently.
After the loss to Udinese, they are now in a position where they can try and avoid the same fate as the one that they had in April, losing 4-1 at home to Parma.
The game was one of their most difficult to get a hold of in recent memory, with a number of players having been involved in a series of bad spells.
One of the players that got the most involved in that period was Rodrigo Palacio, who is currently on a loan deal at Sampdoria.
He was brought on for the win over Udinese and is currently looking to get back into his stride and establish himself as one of the best midfielders in the world.
Palacio will be hoping to keep his form up with the rest of the Juventus squad, who have been struggling in the league this season.
The squad that is looking to add a goal scorer in the January transfer window is also looking to make some noise in the race to defend their title.
Mario Mandzukic is the only player on the Juventus roster that is currently injured, as he is out for six months with a knee injury, so it will be up to the Italian captain to bring his best to the table.
Mandzuke also played in a Champions League match against Barcelona and is a proven goal scorer, as well as being a key member of the back line.
The Bianconero Squad: Mario Mandziukic (GK), Rodrigo Palazzo, Paulo Dybala, Mario Pérez, Marco Gagliardini, Giorgio Chiellini, Stefano Mauri, Mario Mandazzi, Paulo Bonucci, Antonio Cassano, Andrea Colombe, Marco Belluschi, Paulo D’Ambrosio, Paolo Bandini.
The Verona side that have been one of Italy’s worst sides this season, the Nerazzurri have now come into this game with a strong squad and a goal scoring threat in their ranks.
While they lost to Udine, they still have a good squad of quality players and can look to add some firepower to their attack.
Pablo Zabaleta is the main man on the pitch and will be looking to keep the pressure on the Udinese defence and keep things fresh, especially against a side with so many talented players.
He is the most expensive signing of this transfer window so far, so expect the Nerazurri to spend as much as possible in order to secure their first win in the new season.
Juventus have had an excellent start to the season and will look to bounce back from the previous game with the Lazio side.
Juventus: Alessandro Del Piero, Daniele De Rossi, Marco Maggio, Diego Forlan, Graziano Pelle, Gervinho, Leonardo Bonucci (c), Mario Mandzanec, Mario Brescia, Mario Bonucci.
Verona Squad: Luca Marzani, Mario Guadagnino, Roberto Mancini, Mauro Icardi, Gino Vazquez, Paulo Bazzana, Danilo Caruso, Domenico De Sanctis, Matteo De Rossi.
This fixture will be the first of two away games in the week and a half that Juventus will play.
Both of these matches will take place on Monday, October 17th and will see the Neras get a taste of Serie A football as they travel to the Verona for the first time since April.
Venue: Avram Stadium, Montevideo, UruguayDate: Monday, October 17 Kick-off: 15:00 GMT Venues: Allianz Arena, Montevallo, Monte Carlo, Uruguay Weather: Sunny, 68 degrees, clear, 73% Celsius Forecast: Forecaster expects a breeze, with rain, fog and sunny spells.