Giampaolo’s side will take on Torino away from home in just under an hour, and the manager has now announced the official line-up for the clash. Fortunately, Bennacer gets the chance from start this time out, rather than Biglia who has started the last two games.
Calabria is back from suspension after serving a one-game ban during the derby, meaning Conti will be sent to the bench once again. After a great performance off the bench last time out, Hernandez will also play from the first minute.
As mentioned, Bennacer will play in the deep-lying role, which hopefully will add some pace to the game. Against Inter, the Rossoneri lacked exactly this, as Biglia was unable to direct the play with enough pace to get past the opponents.
Up front, Suso, Piatek and Leao will form the trio, although it remains to be seen if it will be a 4-3-3 or a 4-3-1-2 formation. In the derby, the Portuguese striker impressed many and hopefully, he can continue on this path.
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