Fiorentina boss Vincenzo Italiano makes 3 changes from the side that beat Sampdoria, with Igor, Sofyan Amrabat, and Arthur Cabral replacing Lucas Martínez Quarta, Alfred Duncan, and Luka Jović, respectively; Giacomo Bonaventura won’t get a break, while Riccardo Saponara remains on the bench.
Salernitana manager Davide Nicola surprisingly picks Flavius Daniliuc, who was an injury doubt, so keep an eye on the Romanian’s fitness. With no recognized left wingback, it’ll be interesting to see who steps into that role; usual right wingback Paolo Mazzocchi could slide across and allow Antonio Candreva to play on his natural side, but Candreva could wind up out there, or even Tonny Vilhena. The Viola defense can breathe a sigh of relief that Boulaye Dia is on the bench, but the Senegalese international should appear at some point.
Fiorentina (4-2-3-1): Terracciano; Dodô, Milenković, Igor, Biraghi; Amrabat, Mandragora; Ikoné, Bonaventura, Kouamé; Cabral
Salernitana (3-5-2): Sepe; Bronn, Daniliuc, Pirola; Mazzocchi, Bohinen, Candreva, Coulibaly, Vilhena; Piątek, Bonazzoli
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