In the game against Salernitana, the Juventus coach will choose Perin between the posts and relegate Szczesny to the bench. For the defensive trio, Rugani is the only safe team from 1 minute onwards, back in the starting eleven after the last time on November 26th against Inter. For the two remaining spots, Gatti, Danilo and Bremer are the contenders for possession, with the top two entering the race as slight favorites.
In midfield, McKennie will likely be on the bench after 11 full league games, leaving room for freshness. The runoff on the right lane involves Cambiaso and Weah, with the former having the advantage as he missed the last game against Roma due to a disqualification.
On the left, it could be time for Iling-Junior, with Kostic ready to take over from the bench if needed. Locatelli will have his place secure in midfield, flanked by Rabiot, who scored the decisive goal in the last championship game, and Miretti.
The attacking duo will see Chiesa’s return from the first minute, after recovering from an issue that prevented him from competing against Frosinone. Yildiz will sit on the bench, as Allegri confirmed in the pre-match press conference. Along with Chiesa, Milik is likely to be in the starting lineup, while Vlahovic could be a possible option on the bench.