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Fiorentina vs Torino: Lineups and how to watch

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Is...is that a 4-3-3 with a really exciting tridente?

ACF Fiorentina v Hellas Verona - Serie A Photo by Gabriele Maltinti/Getty Images

Late news

Fiorentina manager Giuseppe Iachini still can’t call on Bartłomiej Drągowski to start, so it’s Pietro Terracciano again. In the outfield, the shape looks like it could be a 3-4-3 or a 4-3-3, but we’re banking on the latter. Martín Cáceres will step in on the left of the defense, with Gaetano Castrovilli returning to the XI and Rachid Ghezzal rounding out the midfield with Erick Pulgar. The tridente of Federico Chiesa, Christian Kouamé, and Franck Ribery is deeply exciting.

Torino boss Moreno Longo opts for Saša Lukić in midfield and Alex Berenguer as the 10, but the lineup is otherwise as expected.

Lineups

Fiorentina (4-3-3): Terracciano; Lirola, Milenković, Pezzella, Cáceres; Ghezzal, Pulgar, Castrovilli; Chiesa, Kouamé, Ribery

Torino (3-4-1-2): Sirigu; Lyanco, Nkoulou, Bremer; de Silvestri, Lukić, Rincón, Aina; Berenguer; Zaza, Belotti

How to watch

TV: Looks like ESPN and RAI are your best bets for this one. Check the full international television listings here.

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