Atalanta: Josip Ilicic returned from an ankle problem in the last game, thus they have nothing else to worry about.
Bologna: Federico Santander and Andreas Skov Olsen will be out for a while due to thigh strains.
Brescia: Jhon Chancellor (thigh) will miss another one. Andrea Cistana is not close after repairing his peroneal tendon during the lockdown.
Cagliari: Fabio Pisacane will be forced to miss time because of two fractured ribs. Radja Nainggolan (calf) is trying to make it and has a decent shot, like Gaston Pereiro, who is simply fatigued, while Christian Oliva (ankle) will be on the mend for longer. Ragnar Klavan is out with muscle fatigue, Valter Birsa due to personal reasons.
Genoa: Domenico Criscito has an edema in the calf that will sideline him for up to ten days. Antonio Sanabria skipped the last one but he was not dealing with anything serious.
Inter: Milan Skriniar was handed a three-game suspension for insulting the referee after a red card. Nicolò Barella did not play against Sassuolo due to a recent knock, while Lautaro Martinez is being bothered by some back pain. Marcelo Brozovic is a long-shot for this one, but not entirely out yet.
Fiorentina: Federico Chiesa is suspended for yellow-card accumulation, while Martin Caceres was handed a two-game ban for a profane expression after getting sent off.
Juventus: Mattia De Sciglio suffered a low degree thigh strain and will be re-evaluated next week. Gonzalo Higuain is poised to return after being sidelined by a thigh injury. Giorgio Chiellini remains sidelined for lack of fitness. Cristiano Ronaldo might get a maintenance day.
Lazio: Joaquin Correa subbed off versus Atalanta because his back tightened up, Danilo Cataldi due to an apparent, and potentially serious, knee injury, Stefan Radu due to a calf issue. Adam Marusic (thigh) and Lucas Leiva (knee soreness) are nursing minor stuff, Luiz Felipe (calf) instead a more serious problem: Marusic has the better chances to be back here.
Milan: Leo Duarte is set to return after some muscle fatigue. Simon Kjaer subbed off in the last game after hurting his knee, but it is reportedly just a contusion and he could be good to go. Zlatan Ibrahimovic (calf) went into full training Friday, but he remains sidelined.
Lecce: Gianluca Lapadula suffered a severe ankle sprain, but without bone or ligament damage. It should take him a month to come back. Antonin Barak (thigh) has been called up for this one, while Diego Farias is out again. Alessandro Deiola could be sidelined for 20/30 days due to a sore cartilage in his knee. Zan Majer will miss up to 15 days due to a thigh pull.
Napoli: Kostas Manolas is healthy and his return will hinge on his level of fitness after not being able to practice fully for a month. Allan suffered a thigh injury.
Parma: Simone Iacoponi is suspended. Luca Siligardi is expected to make the make the squad list, while Alberto Grassi will probably stay out a little longer. Bruno Alves, Matteo Darmian and Juraj Kucka are a little banged up.
Roma: Pau Lopez is unlikely to return from his wrist micro-fracture. Davide Zappacosta picked up some sort of muscular injury.
Sampdoria: Jakub Jankto is disqualified. Fabio Quagliarella likely needs some more time to shake off his calf pull, Gonzalo Maroni instead is nursing a minor ankle issue and could be available.
Sassuolo: Jeremy Toljan has a sore iliopsoas muscle in his left him that will force him to sit for 10/15 days.
SPAL: Ervin Zukanovic could be back soon from a mild ankle sprain, instead Federico Di Francesco and Etrit Berisha will not be back before a month.
Torino: Simone Verdi is available after a thigh injury, while Simone Zaza was a late scratch for a similar one that will be evaluated in the next few days.
Udinese: Rolando Mandragora tore his ACL and will be out for the rest of the season and part of the next one. Rodrigo De Paul is suspended.
Verona: Marco Davide Faraoni is out due to yellow-card accumulation. Fabio Borini will be a game-time call due to flexor pull. Pawel Dawidowicz is questionable with a pec injury.
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