Missing Gaetano Castrovilli, Franck Ribery, Christian Kouamé, Aleksandr Kokorin, and Igor, Fiorentina boss Cesare Prandelli is forced to start Valentin Eysseric in the attack and Borja Valero in midfield. Kévin Malcuit gets the nod at right wingback.
Parma mister Roberto D’Aversa, facing his own numbers crisis up front, has rotated his defense quite a bit and switched to a 4-3-1-2 with Yann Karamoh and Gervinho leading the line. Old friends Vincent Laurini and Jasmin Kurtić both get the nod as well.
Fiorentina (3-5-2): Drągowski; Milenković, Pezzella, Martínez Quarta; Malcuit, Amrabat, Pulgar, Valero, Biraghi; Vlahović, Eysseric
Parma (4-3-1-2): Sepe; Laurini, Iacoponi, Bani, Pezzella; Brugman, Hernani, Kurtić; Kucka; Karamoh, Gervinho
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