Max Allegri spoke ahead of tomorrow’s Coppa Italia clash with Genoa in Torino and gave some potential hints to his starting XI.
“These are two difficult recoveries, both for De Sciglio and Mandzukic,” Allegri said.
“Mandzukic has had 13 stitches and De Sciglio has a problem with his flexor, and we’ll evaluate him in the coming days.
“It’s difficult for him to be available against Roma though.
“As for tomorrow, Dybala, [Daniele] Rugani and [Federico] Bernardeschi will play.
“[Claudio] Marchisio is another player who could be part of the game tomorrow. Tomorrow is a game, an important objective, because it’s a competition which is worth as much as the league and the Champions League.
“It’s a competition Juventus compete in, which the lads have won for the past three years so we need to try and go as far as possible, create the conditions to reach the final.
“If we go through it will give us an important boost to face Roma on Saturday, these are four very important days between tomorrow and Saturday with Roma.”
Roma Coach Eusebio Di Francesco gave high praise to Allegri and his European accomplishments.
“Di Francesco absolutely does not need my compliments, because he did really well with Sassuolo and now he’s doing really well with Roma.
“Roma is a complicated, difficult environment but he knows it because he played there. It’s a well put together squad with important players, and above all he’s been good at giving them balance, which means Roma give up very few scoring chances.
“As I said in the Press conference last week, the Roma goalkeeper doesn’t make many saves, he hasn’t made very many saves in these league games and, if I’m not mistaken, they’ve won 1-0 five or six times?
“So it will be a nice game, but we’ll think about it from Thursday, and I think we’d do better to face it with qualification in our pocket.”