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Genoa vs Fiorentina: Lineups and how to watch

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Luca Ranieri of ACF Fiorentina in action during the pre-... Photo by Nicolò Campo/LightRocket via Getty Images

Late news

Genoa manager Aurelio Andreazzoli has chosen to keep Domenico Criscito in the back three despite a rough match in that role last time out, opting for the same XI he used in the opener.

Fiorentina boss Vincenzo Montella will keep up his game of musical chairs at leftback, where Luca Ranieri will be the third player to start there in as many games. Kevin-Prince Boateng replaces Dušan Vlahović up top, while Franck Ribery starts from the bench again.


Genoa (3-5-2): Radu; Romero, Zapata, Criscito; Ghiglione, Lerager, Schöne, Radovanović, Barreca; Pinamonti, Kouamé

Fiorentina (4-3-3): Drągowski; Lirola, Milenković, Pezzella, Ranieri; Pulgar, Badelj, Castrovilli; Sottil, Boateng, Chiesa

How to watch

TV: Not likely, but you can check the full international listings here.

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