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Fiorentina vs Lech Poznań: Lineups and how to watch

The visitors make some unexpected moves under the driving Tuscan rain.

Italian Serie A Portrait Session Photo by MB Media/Getty Images

Late news

Fiorentina manager Vincenzo Italiano hasn’t rotated too much, although injuries to Sofyan Amrabat and Jonathan Ikoné mean that he’s shuffled the deck a bit. Riccardo Sottil starts opposite Nicolás González on the wing, while the midfield 3 contains both Giacomo Bonaventura and Antonín Barák.

Lech Poznań boss John ver der Brom has sprung a handful of surprises, the biggest being holding midfielder Jesper Karlström dropping into defense. Filip Dagerstål, Radosław Murawski, Afonso Sousa, and Artur Sobiech all slot into the 3-5-2 as well.

Keep an eye on the weather, too. The rain is sheeting down and the pitch looks pretty well soaked, possibly to the point where the Polish press may have to rethink its pitchside plans.


Fiorentina (4-3-3): Terracciano; Dodô, Milenković, Igor, Biraghi; Bonaventura, Mandragora, Barák; González, Jović, Sottil

Lech Poznań (3-5-2): Bednarek; Dagerstål, Karlström, Milić; Skóraś, Marchwiński, Sousa, Murawski, Rebocho; Sobiech, Velde

How to watch

TV: Probably not, but check the international television listings to be sure.

Online: Here is your list of safe, reliable, and legal streams. Any requests for or links to illegal streams will get you Yenned. No Twitter because Elon Musk is still too much of a coward to unlock our account, so keep it in the comments for the usual admixture of celebratory terror and terrified celebration with the best damn sports community on the internet.

Forza Viola!