How will the depleted Juventus line up against PSG?

At this point, Juventus fans simply want to put the dismal Champions League campaign behind them and focus on other matters.

However, the Italians still have one game to play before withdrawing from the competition, and we can only hope that Leo Messi and company don’t burden us with more misery.

Unfortunately for Max Allegri, he will have to make do with an extremely small squad, with twelve players unavailable due to injury or suspension.

So how will the Bianconeri line up for the game that will decide whether they make it to the Europa League round of 16 or drop out of European competition altogether?

According to the ilbianconero, Mattia Perin could return to the starting line-up for the first time in a long time.

The Italian goalkeeper served admirably at the start of the season when Wojciech Szczesny was out with injury. The club recognized him as the September MVP.

Leonardo Bonucci should also lead the three defense again in the absence of Danilo. Federico Gatti and Alex Sandro could be the ones to join him.

After his exploits against Lecce, Nicolò Fagioli could get his first start of the season. He should join Manuel Locatelli and Adrien Rabiot in the middle of the park.

Juan Cuadrado and Filip Kostic remain natural options on the wings, while Moise Kean and Arek Milik lead the line.

Juventus expected XI (3-5-2): Perin; Gatti, Bonucci, Sandro; Square, Locatelli, Fagioli, Rabiot, Kostic; Millik, Kean

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