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Parma vs Fiorentina: Lineups and how to watch

Sounds like Beppe heard everyone complaining about the selection last time out.

Marco Benassi of Ac Fiorentina during the the Serie A... Photo by Marco Canoniero/LightRocket via Getty Images

Late news

Parma boss Roberto d’Aversa has opted for Yann Karamoh up top instead of the red-hot Andreas Cornelius, adding even more pace to an already lethally quick attack.

Fiorentina manager Giuseppe Iachini has made some major changes to his XI following the capitulation against Sassuolo on Wednesday. Pietro Terracciano, Igor, Lorenzo Venuti, Alfred Duncan, Marco Benassi, and Patrick Cutrone will all start, with Federico Chiesa, Gaetano Castrovilli, and Bartłomiej Drągowski dropping to the bench for some much-needed rest.


Parma (4-3-3): Sepe; Darmian, Iacoponi, Alves, Gagliolo; Kucka, Brugman, Kurtić; Gervinho, Karamoh, Kulusevski

Fiorentina (3-5-2): Terracciano; Milenković, Pezzella, Igor; Venuti, Duncan, Pulgar, Benassi, Dalbert; Cutrone, Ribery

How to watch

TV: ESPN2 in the US and BeIn2 elsewhere may pay dividends. Check the full international television listings here.

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