Juventus predicted the line-up against Udinese

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Juventus welcome Udinese to the Allianz Stadium for a Serie A match on Saturday night.

Massimiliano Allegri is undefeated in his last eight matches (W6) against Serie A’s northernmost club. In fact, his only defeat as a Juve coach at the hands of Udinese came in 2015.

Here is the lineup Allegri can use to extend his impressive individual form against Friulani.

Wojciech Szczesny has never started more than 30 league games since joining Juventus as a regular attendant for Roma 2016/17 / Giampiero Sposito / GettyImages

Wojciech Szczesny (GK) – Juve’s hero from last weekend became the first goalkeeper to save two penalties in the Italian top match this season.

Juan Cuadrado (RB) – One of Serie A’s most unlucky players, Cuadrado has created 33 chances for teammates and has zero assists to his name – the largest number of key passes for a player who has so far registered an assist in Italy’s top class.

Matthijs de Ligt (CB) – Suspended for the season’s first trophy match in the middle of the week, De Ligt has started Juve’s last ten Serie A excursions.

Leonardo Bonucci (CB) – With a return to the squad for the Supercoppa Italiana defeat, the former midfielder from Milan and (short) Inter was able to make his first appearance in 2022 this weekend.

Alex Sandro (LB) – During each of his six previous Serie A seasons, Sandro has scored and created at least one goal, but is waiting for his first in one of the categories this semester.

Manuel Locatelli has completed a team-high 92 open game passes into the final third this season – Rodrigo Bentancur is second at 61 / Giampiero Sposito / GettyImages

Federico Bernardeschi (RM) – Barely halfway through the ongoing campaign, the former Fiorentina winger has amassed more Serie A minutes than he was granted in recent seasons.

Manuel Locatelli (CM) – Juve’s director from the midfield has not really replicated the league-leading passing figures he received at Sassuolo last season, but is without a doubt his current team’s most penetrating midfielder.

Arthur (CM) – Although he has endured a campaign that has largely been spent on the fringes of the team – due to injury more than anything else – Arthur has impressed in recent comeos that could give him a fourth league start.

Weston McKennie (LM) – Hardly a natural exterior, the lively US international rarely deviates from the limelight in any competition despite a chronically changing role.

Alvaro Morata (left) and Paulo Dybala have scored 11 of Juve’s 32 Serie A goals this season / Chris Ricco / GettyImages

Paulo Dybala (ST) – With three goals in his last five matches, Dybala goes to the match against his favorite opponents (nine goals in his career against Udinese) in good shape.

Alvaro Morata (ST) – Suitable for a player with an equally stop-start career as Moratas, Juve’s number nine will regularly stop the game when he is ranked in the division’s top five for received fouls and offsides.

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