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With only four games left to play, it is a must-win game for the defending champions Juventus.
It has been revealed that, after their thrilling 1-0 victory against Udinese in the Champions League, the Bianconeri will start the season in third place, but will be in danger of being eliminated if they fail to win their remaining fixtures.
This year, the women’s team have a lot of firepower up front and it will be interesting to see who they put in the final line-up.
Luka Modric is the leading scorer in Serie A with 10 goals, but he has also scored a brace against Inter Milan, which could be a problem for Juve if they do not score a goal or assist during the first three matches.
Gianluca Vialli and Laura Bassett have both been excellent this season and will also be dangerous against Roma.
Nadia Kanemaru is another option for the Biancolini as she scored in her side’s 4-0 win over Palermo.
Juventus’s second-placed side, Juventus Azzurri, are not known for their defending and will be hoping to avoid a defeat to their rivals this season.
In the last three weeks, Juventus have beaten Napoli, Inter Milan and Roma.
Their two away matches this season are against Napoli and Roma, both against the teams they beat on their way to the Champions.
There is also a chance that Milan will reach the last eight for the first time since 2011, as the Rossoneri beat AC Milan 2-0 on Tuesday.
Juventus are currently seventh in Serie B, six points adrift of Juventus, who are four points behind the leaders Juventus.
Juve have the highest goal difference between the two teams at -26.8.
Milan are currently the highest scorers in Serie E, but they are far from their best side and face a tricky task against Juventus.
Milan have won four of their last five Serie E matches, including their 4-1 win over Fiorentina on Saturday.
The Bianconeras’ top scorer, Andrea Pirlo, will be feeling confident after his side scored two goals in their win over Torino.
Pirlo is also set to be back for a second consecutive game on Wednesday.
Fiorentine’s Andrea Pirozzi scored against Fiorengina, but the striker missed the rest of the game due to injury.
Pirozzi will be back in action against Milan on Tuesday, although it is unclear whether he will return to the starting XI or join the rest in the starting line-ups.
Borussia Monchengladbach have already qualified for the knockout stages of the Champions league and have secured a home game against Fiores.
It is still uncertain whether striker Mario Balotelli will be available for Tuesday’s clash, but if he is unavailable, striker Mauro Icardi could start.
Fernando Torres, who has started in the Europa League for Borussia Monchaux, will miss the trip to Fiorence due to his hamstring injury.
On Sunday, it will again be up to the Nerazzurri to keep up their pace in Serie C, as they travel to Sassuolo for a clash.
Sassuolo are currently in ninth place, seven points adrawn on goal difference, one point behind Napoli.
Napoli have only won one of their previous seven matches, which is an advantage for the Giallorossi.
Their opponents, Sassuoli, have a difficult task against a side with just two games left.
Last season, Sassus won the Champions Cup and a place in the last 16 of the Europa league, so the Biancocelesti could be confident that they can keep their form up and fight for their place in next season’s competition.
Toni Kroos is expected to miss the next two matches as he is recovering from a calf injury, but Milan could be able to field a new striker for Tuesday.
Juan Cuadrado has not featured for Milan since the 3-1 victory over Udinese, but it is highly likely that the striker will be involved in the match against Sassuola.
After their win against Udine, Juve will be looking to repeat the success they had against Inter, where they beat the Rossonciore 2-1.
Juampli, the second-highest scorer in the league, is still looking for his first goal in the new season and he is not ready for his second consecutive match, which would be against Roma on Tuesday evening.
Cesare Prandelli will also need to take care of the injured striker as he will be sidelined