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Allegri set to tinker his Juventus team again for the Benfica match

September 14, 2022 - 9:30 am

Max Allegri has tinkered with his Juventus team in several matches this season, and he could do the same when his side faces Benfica in the Champions League today.

The Bianconeri manager has long touted this game as their most important match, and he will be keen to ensure his side wins.

Juve is considered the second favourite after PSG to qualify from their group, but Benfica is a traditional European powerhouse and they will be keen to show their class in this game.

Allegri has a big talented squad, which gives him room for tactical flexibility, and a report on Football Italia reveals he will ring the changes again when his team faces Benfica.

The report claims they expect the Bianconeri manager to field a 3-5-2 formation, with Gleison Bremer, Leonardo Bonucci and Danilo in defence.

Because Arkadiusz Milik is suspended for the next league game, Allegri will start the Pole alongside Dusan Vlahovic in a two-man attack.

Juve FC Says

Benfica will cause us problems, and we need to be careful not to allow them too much room to enjoy their game.

Allegri has often changed formations during matches, and that could happen in this fixture if his starting system does not give the desired result.

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    martinn September 14, 2022 at 9:43 am

    I was just watching the highlights of Barcelona vs Bayern. What a great game! Positive, entertaining, full of energy. I remember Lewandowski recently saying that some teams are anti-football. Allegri is a disgrace who will lead us into obscurity for years. We are the wenger`s end of career arsenal of Italy. If there is no change we will get a real hammering, and allegri will anyone but himself. #AllegriOut

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    Retni Adrem September 14, 2022 at 12:35 pm

    No, Allegri will not stand there ringing a little bell every time he makes a substitute. The word is ‘wring’, not ‘ring’ as both you and your biased colleague Susie C. think.

    Juve by 2 goals.