Juventus vs. Sampdoria
Kaio Jorge (Muscular problems) and Arthur (Surgery) will not be taking part for Juventus manager Massimiliano Allegri.
Team News: Sampdoria
Sampdoria manager Roberto D'Aversa has not got a full squad to pick from. Ronaldo Vieira (biceps femoris muscle injury), Mohamed Ihattaren (Unknown Injury), Valerio Verre (Muscular Problems) and Manolo Gabbiadini (Ankle Injury) are not able to play.
Looking at these two teams, we feel that Sampdoria should be able to score a goal against this Juventus team, but it possibly won’t be as many as Juventus will have scored against them.
We think that it’s going to be a close game with a 2-1 winning score for Juventus when all is said and done.
Napoli vs. Cagliari
Looking at personnel, there is just one lone fitness concern for Napoli gaffer Luciano Spalletti to be concerned about thanks to an almost full-strength group. Stanislav Lobotka (inflamation of Biceps) won’t play.
Team News: Cagliari
Cagliari boss Leonardo Semplici has to currently contend with reduced team options. Paolo Faragò (Hip Injury), Damir Ceter (Calf Injury), Riccardo Ladinetti (Heart Condition) and Marko Rog (Cruciate Ligament Rupture) are those who can’t be considered.
We believe that Cagliari will certainly be able to put a goal past this SSC Napoli outfit, but it may not prevent them from conceding a couple at the other end.
We’re going for a very close game with a 2-1 victory for SSC Napoli at the end of this one.
Clermont Foot vs Monaco
Almost everyone can be considered, as there’s just the lone fitness concern for the Clermont Foot manager, Pascal Gastien, to be concerned with from an otherwise complete set of players. Yohann Magnin (Cruciate Ligament Rupture) is out of contention.
Team News: Monaco
Thanks to a largely available group of players, there’s just one fitness problem for the Monaco gaffer, Niko Kova, to be concerned with. Jean Marcelin (Torn Muscle Fibre) misses out for this game.
Clermont Foot will really need to work hard to register a score against this Monaco lineup, who we think will score at least once to put them ahead.
We’ve gone for a very even contest with a 0-1 victory for Monaco when all is said and done.
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