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Sky: Probable XIs for Juventus vs. Milan


As Sunday’s crucial game against Juventus at the Allianz Stadium continues to approach, some team news has emerged for both sides.

According to the latest from Sky (as seen in the graphic below), the Rossoneri are set to field a slightly different XI for the game at the Allianz Stadium compared to the team that lost 3-2 to Liverpool at Anfield on Wednesday night.

Pioli is expected to field Mike Maignan in goal with a back four of Davide Calabria, Simon Kjaer, Fikayo Tomori and Theo Hernandez, while Sandro Tonali will come back into the midfield alongside Franck Kessie.

Alexis Saelemaekers should get his spot back on the right wing in the second change, with Brahim Diaz and Rafael Leao included again, but Olivier Giroud is tipped to start up front over Ante Rebic in the third alteration.

Probable Milan XI (4-2-3-1): Maignan; Calabria, Kjaer, Tomori, Theo Hernandez; Tonali, Kessie; Saelemaekers, Brahim Diaz, Leao; Giroud.

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Probable Juventus XI (4-3-3): Szczęsny; Danilo, Bonucci, De Ligt, Alex Sandro; Bentancur, Locatelli, Rabiot; Cuadrado, Dybala, Morata.

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