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Fiorentina vs Inter Milan: Lineups and how to watch

So this is how the Viola will look against the league leaders. It’s, uh, a bit stressful.

ACF Fiorentina v SS Lazio - Serie A Photo by Gabriele Maltinti/Getty Images

Late news

Fiorentina boss Vincenzo Montella has returned to the XI that he stuck to for months, with Kevin-Prince Boateng replacing the injured Franck Ribery up top and Germán Pezzella returning to the heart of defense with a mask to protect his broken face. Inter Milan manager Antonio Conte has opted to give ballyhooed youngster Alessandro Bastoni a start at the back. Due to a midfield injury crisis, Borja Valero and Matías Vecino are both in the engine room because there isn’t anyone else available. With that pair plus Cristiano Biraghi and Danilo D’Ambrosio, it’s a very ex-Viola flavored midfield.


Fiorentina (3-5-2): Drągowski; Milenković, Pezzella, Cáceres; Lirola, Pulgar, Badelj, Castrovilli, Dalbert; Chiesa, Boateng

Inter Milan (3-5-2): Handanović; Škriniar, de Vrij, Bastoni; D’Ambrosio, Vecino, Brozović, Valero, Biraghi; Lukaku, Martínez

How to watch

TV: RAI and ESPN 2 (woah, look at Fiorentina moving up in the world) seem like the best options. Check the full international television listings here.

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Forza Viola!