The Bianconeri face off against Vincenzo Montella's rejuvenated side, looking to extend their 43-match unbeaten run
Cassani, Roncaglia, Rodriguez, Tomovic
Pizarro, Cudardo, Valero
Lucio, Bonucci, Chiellini
Lichst'ner, Pirlo, Vidal, Marchisio, Asamoah
Juventus will look to make it five wins from five as it travels to Stadio Artemio Franchi to face a resplendent Fiorentina side.
After resting a number of key players for the match against Chievo last weekend, Antonio Conte could welcome back Andrea Pirlo, Stephan Lichtsteiner and Arturo Vidal to the starting XI.
Elsewhere, Lucio is set to keep his place at center back alongside Leonardo Bonucci and Giorgio Chiellini, while Fabio Quagliarella will remain up top after his goalscoring exploits against the Flying Donkeys.
Fiorentina meanwhile, is expected to name a relatively unchanged side from the one that drew with Parma on Saturday.
Vincenzo Montella will stay with Facundo Roncaglia at center back, partnering Gonzalo Rodriguez, while David Pizarro and Borja Valero will look to battle and create in the center of midfield.
One change the Viola could make, will be to name Luca Toni instead of Haris Seferovic up front.
|DID YOU KNOW?|
- In the last meeting between the teams, Juventus hammered the Viola 5-0.
- Juventus is the highest scoring team in Serie A so far this season, with 11 goals in four games.
- At the other end of the pitch, Juve's defense has conceded just two goals.
- Conversely, Fiorentina has scored six and let in four goals so far in this campaign.
- Vincenzo Montella could give Luca Toni his first start on Tuesday since re-joining the club in August. The last time he played in Florence, the 35-year-old bagged 31 goals in the 05-06 season.
- Fiorentina has won two Serie A title in their history, the last coming in 1968-69;