Allegri Mulls New Juventus System Ahead of Frosinone Clash

As Danilo grapples with an ankle issue, Max Allegri contemplates the adoption of a fresh tactical approach for Juventus in their encounter with Frosinone.

Set to commence at the Allianz Juventus Stadium on Sunday at 11:30 GMT, the fixture prompts Allegri to weigh his options in light of Danilo’s absence.

In preparation for the match, Allegri has curated his squad, yet it notably excludes Danilo, Moise Kean, Mattia Perin, and Mattia De Sciglio, with Alex Sandro making the cut.

With Captain Danilo sidelined following an ankle setback sustained during the Verona draw, Allegri is poised to deploy Daniele Rugani in the defensive lineup.

While Allegri experimented with the 4-3-3 formation during training sessions this week, indications suggest a persistence with the 3-5-2 tactics, spearheaded by Dusan Vlahovic and Federico Chiesa in the attacking ranks.

Possible alterations may feature January recruit Carlos Alcaraz earning a midfield starting berth over Fabio Miretti.

Frosinone, meanwhile, contends with the absence of several players, including Giuseppe Caso, Anthony Oyono, Marvin Cuni, Kevin Bonifazi, Mateus Lusuardi, Sergio Kalaj, and Riccardo Marchizza.

However, the return of Nadir Zortea, Luca Garritano, and Fares Khedjemis bolsters Frosinone’s squad, with January signing Isak Vural also receiving his first inclusion.

Attention hones in on Juventus-owned assets Enzo Barrenechea, Kaio Jorge, and Matias Soulè, who are anticipated to feature prominently.

Projected Line-ups:

Juventus (3-5-2): Szczesny; Gatti, Bremer, Rugani; McKennie, Alcaraz, Locatelli, Rabiot, Cambiaso; Vlahovic, Chiesa

Frosinone (4-3-3): Turati; Lirola, Okoli, Romagnoli, Valeri; Gelli, Barrenechea, Mazzitelli; Soulè, Kaio Jorge, Harroui

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