Juventus welcome Fiorentina to the Allianz Stadium this weekend as they aim to arrest their alarming Serie A form.
The Old Lady is in 9th place after consecutive league losses, falling at home against Sassuolo before they were sentenced to a 2-1 away loss against Verona last.
Their Champions League form has given a welcome distraction, as they are three points ahead of Chelsea in Group H, which has secured qualification for the last 16 in the middle of the week.
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Szczesny launches an attack / Alessandro Sabattini / GettyImages
Wojciech Szczesny (GK) – Recovered from his early season break to produce a series of impressive displays between the posts.
Danilo (RB) – Technically proficient and always stands up to the defensive questions asked of him.
Leonardo Bonucci (CB) – Netta in the wrong end against Zenit in the middle of the week, but his leadership qualities are invaluable.
Matthijs de Ligt (CB) – Hit down on the bench for last weekend’s defeat to Verona, but returned for the Champions League clash in the middle of the week and impressed.
Alex Sandro (LB) – Offers a good outlet on the left side, which provides quality deliveries to dangerous areas.
Chiesa celebrates after its goal against Zenit / Nicolò Campo / GettyImages
Federico Chiesa (RM) – Pace, directness, end product. The Italian international is the whole package.
Arthur (CM) – Composed on the ball and his safety in possession allows Juventus to break forward in speed.
Weston McKennie (CM) – Offering a goal threat from midfield, has become a threat from fixed goals in recent weeks.
Federico Bernardeschi (LM) – Causes chaos, not always to his advantage, but he is capable of producing moments of magic.
Dybala is Juventus’ magic spark / Nicolò Campo / GettyImages
Paulo Dybala (ST) – The moment’s man for Juventus, who got another stay in the middle of the week. Irrevocable.
Alvaro Morata (ST) – The Spaniard is a streaky forward, but he should gain confidence from his goal in the win against Zenit.
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