Hellas Verona boss Ivan Jurić picks Daniele Bessa over Mattia Zaccagni in the attack but otherwise trots out his expected XI; the absence of former or on-loan Viola players Nikola Kalinić, Marco Benassi, and Federico Ceccherini is a small comfort. Fiorentina mister Giuseppe Iachini replaces the suspended Nikola Milenković with Lucas Martínez Quarta and reintroduces Sofyan Amrabat against his old club in place of Gaetano Castrovilli, but otherwise sticks with the group that collapsed against Sassuolo last time out, although Franck Ribery, who’s fasting for Ramadan, probably can’t go the full 90 on short rest.
Hellas Verona (3-4-2-1): Silvestri; Davidowicz, Günter, Dimarco; Faraoni, Ilić, Tameze, Lazović; Barak, Bessa; Lasagna
Fiorentina (5-3-2): Drągowski; Venuti, Martínez Quarta, Pezzella, Cáceres, Biraghi; Amrabat, Pulgar, Bonaventura; Vlahović, Ribery
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