Atalanta: Aleksey Miranchuk is set to be available after missing the first three matches with a thigh strain. Cristiano Piccini and Matteo Pessinahave resumed practicing regularly following knee injuries and they too will return soon. Josip Ilicic is getting closer and closer, but the information on him is not always solid. Rafael Toloi is out of the quarantine after skipping the previous game, while Marco Carnesecchi has COVID. Mattia Caldara partially tore the patellar tendon in the left knee and will not be back before 2021.
Benevento: Andres Tello is be back after missing some time with ailments, but Federico Barba is still out. Gabriel Monciniwill skip a game or two due to an adductor strain. Nicolas Viola needs more time to recover from a meniscus tear. Continue reading →
Wojciech Szczesny (7 points): just three clean sheets in this round, by Juventus, Inter and surprisingly Lecce. The Polish goalkeeper had the busiest performance among those involved, especially in the first half of the Fiorentina game, where he batted away a point-blank deflection by Federico Chiesa and answered the bell on a pair of potent long-range efforts.
Matthijs De Ligt(9 points): the Dutch defenders bagged his second goal of the season with a header on a corner kick and contributed to stymieing Fiorentina with the usually muscular performance. Continue reading →
Wojciech Szczesny: the Polish goalkeeper has been a major contributor in two of the last three Juventus wins. They have the best scoring defense in the League, which usually tightens up in the more difficult matches, and will square off against a team that has failed to score more than once in their past seven fixtures.
Francesco Acerbi: Chievo are showing signs of improvements, but they have been dismal offensively so far, netting just ten total goals and finding the target only in three of their seven home games. Continue reading →