Juventus will make two changes to their starting XI for Sunday’s Serie A match with Genoa at the Juventus Stadium, according to reports.
Juventus have made three changes from their squad that travelled to the Stadio Olimpico to face Genoa in their first meeting of the season on Saturday.
Coach Zdenek Zeman has brought on Paulo Dybala, Pablo Armero and Antonio Di Natale in his squad, while Giorgio Chiellini, Antonio Cassano, Mauro Icardi, Daniele De Rossi, Giuseppe Mancini, and Bruno Zolli are also on the bench.
Roma have also added two more players, while Napoli will bring on Alessandro Nesta, Matteo Bonetti, and Mauro Santon for the game.
Napoli will be without Paulo Dyebala, who is out with an injury, and Alessandro De Marchi, who has missed the past two games due to injury.
Bonetti has been omitted for the match with the Sicilian side, while Nesta and Santon are not in the squad.
Napola coach Giovanni Trapattoni will be looking to build on the success he enjoyed last season when he took the team to the Serie A title, as well as the Champions League final against AC Milan.
Juve won the league in 2016-17, but struggled to finish in the top three.