On Thursday, Juventus hope to extend their positive domestic run with an away win over struggling hosts Hellas Verona.
Sandwiched between two big clashes (Inter and Lazio), this meeting could see Max Allegri rotate a part of his starting line-up.
But according to the Gazzetta dello Sport, the Bianconeri will field a similar formation to the one that won the Italian derby last Sunday, with only a single change.
Allegri has already confirmed Mattia Perin. The goalkeeper must start behind the three of Gleison Bremer, Leonardo Bonucci and Danilo.
The midfield remains unchanged with Manuel Locatelli operating between Nicolò Fagioli and Adrien Rabiot, while Juan Cuadrado and Filip Kostic maintain their roles on the wings.
Finally, Fabio Miretti should continue to act as an attacking midfielder in support of Arkadiusz Milik, who will lead the line.
However, Sky Sport has a different take on the expected Juventus line-up, and includes four changes.
The source advises Daniele Rugani to take Bremer’s place at the back, while also hoping that Leandro Paredes and Moise Kean will return from injuries and start in place of Locatelli and Milik. Sky also names Ángel Di María as the favorite to start ahead of Miretti.
Juventus Waits XI (3-5-1-1): Perin; Bremer (Rugani), Bonucci, Danilo; Square, Fagioli, Locatelli (Walls), Rabiot, Kostic; Miretti (Di Maria); Millik (Kean)