Fiorentina mister Vincenzo Italiano springs a few surprises. Nikola Milenković goes to the bench with Luca Ranieri stepping into defense. Christian Kouamé and Antonín Barák get rare starts in support of Lucas Beltrán up front.
Juventus boss Max Allegri has trotted out his expected lineup with the exception of Moise Kean replacing Dušan Vlahović at striker.
While this fixture usually leads to a pulsating carnival atmosphere, don’t expect one today, as the supporters groups of the Curva Fiesole are boycotting in protest of Serie A’s refusal to postpone this match despite the catastrophic flooding that’s hit much of Tuscany. In solidarity, we won’t be posting any post-match coverage on Viola Nation or live updates on Twitter, although we support anyone who wants to continue this one as usual. These are personal decisions and we believe that everyone gets to choose their own path.
Fiorentina (4-2-3-1): Terracciano; Parisi, Martínez Quarta, Ranieri, Biraghi; Arthur, Mandragora; González, Barak, Kouamè; Beltrán
Juventus (3-5-2): Szczęsny; Gatti, Bremer, Rugani; McKennie, Miretti, Locatelli, Rabiot, Kostić; Chiesa, Kean
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