Juventus: Mattia Perin and Sami Khedira will undergo season-ending surgeries for shoulder and knee problems respectively. Paulo Dybala sustained a quad strain against Ajax and will miss at least a couple of weeks. Giorgio Chiellini (calf) might be back next week, while Mario Mandzukic might not be back at all due to patellar tendon issues. Douglas Costa (calf) and Martin Caceres (thigh) will skip the next two matches.
Napoli: Raul Albiol (knee surgery) has resumed practicing and might be called up this week, leaving Amadou Diawara as the only injured player. Nikola Maksimovic will be on the mend for a while due to a foot infraction.
Inter: Borja Valero subbed off last week, but he avoided any serious issue, while Marcelo Brozovic is unlikely to recover in time to play against Roma.
Milan: Gianluigi Donnarumma is expected back from a thigh strain, Lucas Paquetà from an ankle sprain. No lingering problems for Alessio Romagnoli and Davide Calabria, who departed from the last game due to knocks.
Roma: Daniele De Rossi suffered a grade one thigh (biceps femoris) strain and will be sidelined for a couple of matches. Steven N’Zonzi did not play last week due to knee soreness but he is fine now. Stephan El Shaarawy is banged up and might not start.
Atalanta: Rafael Toloi continues to battle ankle issues, while Josip Ilicic has a bothersome knee but it has not stopped him from playing.
Lazio: Lucas Leiva is suspended. Joaquin Correa missed the midweek game due to an ankle injury and he is questionable for the weekend too. Valon Berisha is out for the season following a knee surgery.
Torino: Lorenzo De Silvestri broke his nose last week, but he should be available. Slim chances for Iago Falque who is working his way back from a knee sprain. Simone Zaza was handed a two-game suspension. Koffi Djidji is out again with a sore knee.
Sampdoria: Manolo Gabbiadini is disqualified. Edgar Barreto should have finally shaken off the problems that have plagued him this season.
Fiorentina: since Edimilson Fernandes returned last week, no problems for Vincenzo Montella other than Marko Pjaca’s long-term absence.
Sassuolo: Claud Adjapong (ankle) and Marlon (hamstring) are set to miss another one.
Cagliari: Nicolò Barella, Luca Pellegrini and Fabio Pisacane are all suspended. Fabrizio Cacciatore is likely to skip one more, while Alessandro Deiola should be back after sitting because of a bruised knee. Lucas Castro might be able to return before the end of the season from an ACL tear.
SPAL: Jasmin Kurtic (thigh) and Mattia Valoti (knee) have recuperated, while Mo Fares is suspended. Lorenco Simic and Marko Jankovic are out with muscle fatigue, Lorenzo Dickmann due to a thigh pull.
Parma: Bruno Alves is primed to return after missing some time with a calf strain. Luca Siligardi quickly shook off a thigh bruise, while Roberto Inglese (ankle), Francisco Sierralta (thigh) and Jonathan Biabiany (knee) are out of commission.
Genoa: Goran Pandev and Davide Biraschi are suspended. Andrea Favilli got hurt again and might not be return.
Udinese: Ignacio Pussetto was unable to play on Wednesday due to a knee problem, but he will be back for the weekend. Hidde Ter Avest (thigh) and Nicholas Opoku (knee) have been on the shelf in the past two matches and are doubtful for the next one.
Bologna: Mitchell Dijks and Federico Santander are suspended. Filip Helander (ankle), Mattia Destro (thigh) and Federico Mattiello (thigh) have good chances to be called up after being on the shelf for a while.
Empoli: Luca Antonelli sustained a calf strain and will be on the mend for three or four weeks. Diego Farias will be sidelined by a thigh pull. Among the other injured players that have already missed games, Salih Ucan is the only one whose return is close.
Frosinone: Raman Chibsah is suspended. Francesco Cassata subbed off for a thigh problem after scoring against Inter and will be out on Saturday. Federico Viviani is set to sit another one, Bartosz Salamon is ways away.
Chievo: Pawel Jaroszynski and Luca Rossettini will remain on the mend and will be joined by Emanuele Giaccherini, Filip Djordjevic, Stefano Sorrentino and Luca Rossettini since they are going young.
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