Godin is in doubt, Strootman stops for a blow and Ceter for a calf problem. Enlisted Cragno and Ceppitelli
CAGLIARI. Today the Uruguayans are back. Almost all of them safe and sound. Except Godin who missed the match against Ecuador due to tendinopathy and will probably also miss tomorrow’s match against Genoa. Today the defender will undergo a check to understand the extent of the injury, hoping that it is not anything serious. A heavy absence that will force Leonardo Semplici to make forced choices, considering that Strootman stopped yesterday for a blow and Ceter for a calf problem. The good news comes from South America. In Celeste Nandez was the best in the field, giving Pereiro an assist for the goal that decided the challenge. He is the fifth center of the latter with the national team and who knows if it is not a good omen, considering that so far his contribution, even adding last season, has not been what was expected.
The choices. Virtually obliged. Ceppitelli in the center of defense, to complete the Carboni and Walukiewicz department. Assuming that Nandez will play from the start, there should be no news in midfield, unless the rossoblù coach decides to relaunch Lykogiannis in place of Dalbert. Marin, maybe Strootman and Deiola will form a hinge in the middle of the field. In attack start Pavoletti (looking for the first goal of the season) and Joao Pedro. Keita will start from the bench, ready to enter if things turn out for the best. In the spaces, the Senegalese is impregnable. Even Caceres, who didn’t play even a minute with the national team, hopes to make his debut. Ono clip to get acquainted with your teammates.
The opponents. The former Davide Ballardini will focus on the newcomers Caicedo (he will probably pair up with Pandev in attack) and Maksimovic. Between the posts the Sardinian Sirigu, who after leaving Turin wants to play a great season. His goal is to be part of the blue group for the World Cup in Qatar. Ballardini in Cagliari left an excellent memory. He was the architect of a salvation achieved after having collected only ten points at the end of the first round. A feat never forgotten by the rossoblù fans.
The referee. Tomorrow at Unipol Domus he will direct Pairetto di Nichelino. It will be the sixteenth time that a rossoblù match will whistle. The balance is essentially negative: in fifteen direct matches, four wins for Cagliari, four draws and seven defeats. Even worse went for the Grifone with this referee: only one victory for the Ligurian team, compared to three draws and seven defeats. Cagliari, of course, hopes that the negative trend of Balalrdini’s team will continue tomorrow afternoon as well.
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