With the title ever closer to being wrapped up, Juventus looks forward to continuing their Series A domination on Tuesday night as they head to Milan.
Following their devastation of rivals Torino in Saturday’s Derby Della Mole, the Bianconeri are brimming with optimism, extending their lead to seven points atop Serie A.
While Milan handed a huge title boost to Maurizio Sarri ‘s side, easily beating second-placed Lazio on Saturday night with three goals to none. The Rossoneri are enjoying their good form spell as they try to solidify next season’s Europa League football.
Midfielder Samu Castillejo is in doubt ahead of the clash on Tuesday night, having picked up a muscle injury in the win at Lazio on Saturday night. Hakan Calhanoglu has also been replaced late in the game after receiving a knock, it’s unlikely he will feature.
The visitors will be out of action with Alex Sandro and Mattea De Sciglio without a recognized left-back. In recent matches, Blaise Matuidi and Danilo were used as substitute alternatives.
Center-backs Giorgio Chiellini and Merih Demiral are still recovering and unlikely to feature from long-term injuries. Veteran midfielder Sami Khedira will also miss a game with a thigh injury on Tuesday night. Matthijs de Ligt and Paulo Dybala have been suspended and won’t be featured.