Serie A champions Juventus host Premier League giant Manchester United in the UEFA Champions League tonight, and the Italian giant could be short of attacking options due to injury issues.
The Old Lady won deservedly in the reverse fixture in England last month, proving that they’re undoubtedly a class above Mourinho’s men presently.
A goal by Argentine attacker Paulo Dybala separated both teams on that night, and so as to take a giant step towards making the knockout stages in top place in Group H, the Turin giant will be hoping to produce a repeat display tonight in Turin.
However, as cited by Gianluca Di Marzio, of Sky Sport Italia, Juventus head coach Massimiliano Allegri is expected to miss the services of attacking pair Federico Bernardeschi and Douglas Costa after both missed their Tuesday night training session.
Also, that will possibly place the sole responsibility of finding the goals on the shoulders of South American forwatd Dybala and Portuguese international forward Cristiano Ronaldo, with both attackers starting the campaign in brilliant form and so they look capable of ensuring that the Italian side don’t miss their two injured forwards.
Meanwhile, positive news from their camp states that Blaise Matuidi and Joao Cancelo joined up with the remainder of the team as they returned from injury.
Coupled with the presence of prolific striker Mario Mandzukic, that will be three major individuals that should be available for selection for the crucial match with the Red Devils.
Juventus currently lie top of Group H with a perfect record, with the 20-times English champions in second position with four points while La Liga side Valencia are just points adrift as they look ready to battle for second position.