Fiorentina boss Giuseppe Iachini makes just one change to the XI that failed so spectacularly against Spezia last week: José Callejón will make his first start up top in relief of Franck Ribery, who’s not even on the bench (and no, we don’t know exactly what’s up with that). The midfield remains unchanged, much to the dismay of many fans.
Udinese mister Luca Gotti has named the exact same lineup as he did for last week’s win over Parma, with Viola ex Sebastian de Maio in defense and once-and-future transfer target Rodrigo de Paul in central midfield.
Fiorentina (3-5-2): Drągowski; Milenković, Pezzella, Cáceres; Lirola, Bonaventura, Amrabat, Castrovilli, Biraghi; Vlahović, Callejón
Udinese (3-5-2): Nicholas; Becão, Samir, de Maio; Molina, De Paul, Arslan, Pereyra, Ouwejan; Okaka, Lasagna
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