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    Samp are in-form and play at home. We got lots of players coming back from international duties and have Barca game after that. I take a draw.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Monty View Post
    on current form, I'd like to see a 3-5-2, shores up our defence and gives our wingers targets upfront, more ball control in midfield and eliminates our useless full backs who can come on to lock down a result

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    Samp are gonna be tough, especially at home. They've scored 4 past catenaccio Chievo, 5 past Cagliari, 3 past Atalanta and 2 past Milan, Genoa, Torino, Inter and Fiorentina. We are gonna concede 100% the way we are playing so we gotta have our shooting boots on and hope we dont give away silly mistakes near our box or old man Quags is gonna dikk us hard.

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    This match is a certain loss.
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    Quote Originally Posted by spurdo View Post
    Samp are gonna be tough, especially at home. They've scored 4 past catenaccio Chievo, 5 past Cagliari, 3 past Atalanta and 2 past Milan, Genoa, Torino, Inter and Fiorentina. We are gonna concede 100% the way we are playing so we gotta have our shooting boots on and hope we dont give away silly mistakes near our box or old man Quags is gonna dikk us hard.
    If they don't close the shop the better for us imo. No way they are going to outscore us.

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    Quags will obviously score. It'll be a draw or one goal either way.
    Fool enough to almost be it
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Quazis View Post
    If they don't close the shop the better for us imo. No way they are going to outscore us.

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    $#@! interlands
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cronios View Post
    We are so gonna draw this!
    We will start by conceding them a 2 goal lead and achieve a hard fought equaliser and then be pleased with it...
    Max will present a mixture of starters and subs, with more subs than usual, as in 3 days we are going to los... ERM play with Barca.
    Very bad timing for this match.Firstly because of the international break and we all know how we play after internationals and then Farsa is in a short period of time coming.And if we concede 2 we won't equazize.Sampdoria are in hot form.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Valerio. View Post
    Gonna be a very tough game. Sampdoria is really on a good run right now! while we're struggling too much lately.
    Plus having to play in Genova has always been difficult for us.
    And they concede 3 from Inter also.

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    great timing for us to have an international break, the way we've been playing, we were highly likely to drop points away to Samp. hopefully Max can work his magic with the remaining ones. from our regular guys it'll be Pjanič, Higuain, Sturaro, de Sciglio, Howedes, Marchisio, Pinsoglio, Pjaca and Asamoah. Here's a list from juventus.com with the guys who'll travel:

    World Cup Playoffs:

    ITALY - Buffon, Barzagli, Bernardeschi, Chiellini, Rugani

    Sweden vs. Italy (Friday 10/11, 20.45);

    Italy vs. Sweden (Monday 13/11, 20.45).

    CROATIA - Mandzukic

    Croatia vs. Greece (Thursday 09/11, 20.45);

    Greece vs. Croatia (Sunday 12/11, 20.45).

    SWITZERLAND - Lichtsteiner

    Northern Ireland vs. Switzerland (Thursday 09/11, 20.45);

    Switzerland vs. Northern Ireland (Sunday 12/11, 18.00).

    MOROCCO Benatia

    Ivory Coast vs. Morocco (Saturday 11/11, 18.30).

    International friendlies:

    ARGENTINA - Dybala

    Russia vs. Argentina (Saturday 11/11, 14.00);

    Nigeria vs. Argentina (Tuesday 14/11, 17.30).

    BRAZIL - Alex Sandro & Douglas Costa

    Japan vs. Brazil (Friday 10/11, 13.00);

    England vs. Brazil (Tuesday 14/11, 21.00).

    COLOMBIA - Cuadrado

    South Korea vs. Colombia (Friday 10/11, 12.00);

    China vs. Colombia (Tuesday 14/11, 12.35).

    URUGUAY - Bentancur

    Poland vs. Uruguay (Thursday 09/11, 20.45);

    Austria vs. Uruguay (Tuesday 14/11, 20.45).

    POLAND - Szczesny

    Poland vs. Uruguay (Thursday 09/11, 20.45);

    Mexico vs. Poland (Monday 13/11, 20.45).

    FRANCE - Matuidi

    France vs. Wales (Friday 10/11, 21.00);

    Germany vs. France (Tuesday 14/11, 20.45).

    GERMANY - Khedira

    England vs. Germany (Friday 10/11, 21.00);

    Germany vs. France (Tuesday 14/11, 20.45).
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    Thank god, no Marchisio in Italy line up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pitbull View Post
    great timing for us to have an international break, the way we've been playing, we were highly likely to drop points away to Samp. hopefully Max can work his magic with the remaining ones. from our regular guys it'll be Pjanič, Higuain, Sturaro, de Sciglio, Howedes, Marchisio, Pinsoglio, Pjaca and Asamoah. Here's a list from juventus.com with the guys who'll travel:

    World Cup Playoffs:

    ITALY - Buffon, Barzagli, Bernardeschi, Chiellini, Rugani

    Sweden vs. Italy (Friday 10/11, 20.45);

    Italy vs. Sweden (Monday 13/11, 20.45).

    CROATIA - Mandzukic

    Croatia vs. Greece (Thursday 09/11, 20.45);

    Greece vs. Croatia (Sunday 12/11, 20.45).

    SWITZERLAND - Lichtsteiner

    Northern Ireland vs. Switzerland (Thursday 09/11, 20.45);

    Switzerland vs. Northern Ireland (Sunday 12/11, 18.00).

    MOROCCO – Benatia

    Ivory Coast vs. Morocco (Saturday 11/11, 18.30).

    International friendlies:

    ARGENTINA - Dybala

    Russia vs. Argentina (Saturday 11/11, 14.00);

    Nigeria vs. Argentina (Tuesday 14/11, 17.30).

    BRAZIL - Alex Sandro & Douglas Costa

    Japan vs. Brazil (Friday 10/11, 13.00);

    England vs. Brazil (Tuesday 14/11, 21.00).

    COLOMBIA - Cuadrado

    South Korea vs. Colombia (Friday 10/11, 12.00);

    China vs. Colombia (Tuesday 14/11, 12.35).

    URUGUAY - Bentancur

    Poland vs. Uruguay (Thursday 09/11, 20.45);

    Austria vs. Uruguay (Tuesday 14/11, 20.45).

    POLAND - Szczesny

    Poland vs. Uruguay (Thursday 09/11, 20.45);

    Mexico vs. Poland (Monday 13/11, 20.45).

    FRANCE - Matuidi

    France vs. Wales (Friday 10/11, 21.00);

    Germany vs. France (Tuesday 14/11, 20.45).

    GERMANY - Khedira

    England vs. Germany (Friday 10/11, 21.00);

    Germany vs. France (Tuesday 14/11, 20.45).
    Benatia is injured for Serie A but perfectly healthy for Morocco?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DUKAC View Post
    Benatia is injured for Serie A but perfectly healthy for Morocco?
    I personally don't have any objection to this.

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    Ditto. It's a shame Morocco don't have games every week.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ronn View Post
    I personally don't have any objection to this.
    I would also like he never joins us at first place and I never trust him when he plays but find it a little strange to play for Morocco while he was absent for us due to a injury.

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    I would not be mad at all if he continues getting benched tbh
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    He's needed as a backup.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pitbull View Post
    great timing for us to have an international break, the way we've been playing, we were highly likely to drop points away to Samp. hopefully Max can work his magic with the remaining ones. from our regular guys it'll be Pjanič, Higuain, Sturaro, de Sciglio, Howedes, Marchisio, Pinsoglio, Pjaca and Asamoah. Here's a list from juventus.com with the guys who'll travel:

    World Cup Playoffs:

    ITALY - Buffon, Barzagli, Bernardeschi, Chiellini, Rugani

    Sweden vs. Italy (Friday 10/11, 20.45);

    Italy vs. Sweden (Monday 13/11, 20.45).

    CROATIA - Mandzukic

    Croatia vs. Greece (Thursday 09/11, 20.45);

    Greece vs. Croatia (Sunday 12/11, 20.45).

    SWITZERLAND - Lichtsteiner

    Northern Ireland vs. Switzerland (Thursday 09/11, 20.45);

    Switzerland vs. Northern Ireland (Sunday 12/11, 18.00).

    MOROCCO – Benatia

    Ivory Coast vs. Morocco (Saturday 11/11, 18.30).

    International friendlies:

    ARGENTINA - Dybala

    Russia vs. Argentina (Saturday 11/11, 14.00);

    Nigeria vs. Argentina (Tuesday 14/11, 17.30).

    BRAZIL - Alex Sandro & Douglas Costa

    Japan vs. Brazil (Friday 10/11, 13.00);

    England vs. Brazil (Tuesday 14/11, 21.00).

    COLOMBIA - Cuadrado

    South Korea vs. Colombia (Friday 10/11, 12.00);

    China vs. Colombia (Tuesday 14/11, 12.35).

    URUGUAY - Bentancur

    Poland vs. Uruguay (Thursday 09/11, 20.45);

    Austria vs. Uruguay (Tuesday 14/11, 20.45).

    POLAND - Szczesny

    Poland vs. Uruguay (Thursday 09/11, 20.45);

    Mexico vs. Poland (Monday 13/11, 20.45).

    FRANCE - Matuidi

    France vs. Wales (Friday 10/11, 21.00);

    Germany vs. France (Tuesday 14/11, 20.45).

    GERMANY - Khedira

    England vs. Germany (Friday 10/11, 21.00);

    Germany vs. France (Tuesday 14/11, 20.45).
    And half of them will come back injured.
    Quote Originally Posted by Cronios View Post
    If i see him now, i will kiss his left cheek for Pjanic, his right cheek for Benatia and prolly a french kiss for Higuain!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bianconero_Aus View Post
    And half of them will come back injured.
    Or jet-lagged @Klovn.

    But at least Marchisio hasn't been called up.

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    We should consider 433 very seriously. Pjanic is a completely different player at CM then DCM. He's just not fit for a defensive role in the 4231 lineup. With a solid midfield three of the 433 it's a really devastating lineup. Dybala reinvented as an inside forward to the right, Higgy centre and Mandzu/Costa out left. Dybala and Higgy to swap at time with Dybala up front and Cuadrado/Bernardeschi subbed in at RW. Someone like Bentancur could play the holding DM with Pjanic and Matuidi/Marchisio/Khedira at CM. This would surely tighten up the defense which recently takes more goals in then were used to.

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