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SPAL vs Fiorentina: Lineups and how to watch

Why not get a little bit weird on the last day with nothing to play for?

ACF Fiorentina v Cagliari Calcio - Serie A Photo by Gabriele Maltinti/Getty Images

Late news

SPAL manager Luigi di Biagio has shuffled his deck ahead for his side’s last day in Serie A; Jaume Cuellar replaces Andrea Petagna up top, while young goalkeeper Demba Thiam is in too. Ex-Viola players Bryan Dabo and Nenad Tomović are in the XI as well.

Fiorentina boss Giuseppe Iachini promised experimentation and has mostly followed through; Federico Ceccherini and Igor step into the defense, while Kevin Agudelo makes his first start in midfield and Federico Chiesa (wearing the armband) starts up top next to Dušan Vlahović.


SPAL (4-3-3): Thiam; Tomović, Bonfifazi, Vicari, Fares; Dabo, Missiroli, Murgia; D’Alessandro, Cuellar, Valoti

Fiorentina (3-5-2): Terracciano; Milenković, Ceccherini, Igor; Venuti, Agudelo, Pulgar, Duncan, Lirola; Vlahović, Chiesa

How to watch

TV: Maaaaybe on BeIn, but not many broadcasters are lining up to screen this one. Expect to stream this one. Check the full international television listings here.

Online: Here is your list of safe, reliable, and legal streams. If you’re in the US, ESPN+ is showing it; sign up using this link if you don’t have an account yet and Viola Nation will get a little bit of cash (Vox Media has affiliate partnerships. These do not influence editorial content, though Vox Media may earn commissions for products purchased via affiliate links.).

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Forza Viola!