Stefano Pioli between the doubt 3-4-2-1 and the usual 4-3-3 used lately. Here is what Milan anti-Juventus will be on the pitch tomorrow at the Stadium.
Much has been said about the possibility of a module change for Stefano Pioli in Juventus-Milan. But from the latest rumors reported by Sky Sport 24, it seems that the coach should still opt for the usual 4-3-3.
Therefore put aside the 3-4-2-1 tried in these last days at Milanello. Only tests for a near future, or maybe a game in progress. Milan tomorrow against the Juventus will start the match with 4-3-3 seen for several weeks now.
Then there will be variations that the team will implement based on the game situations. For example often under construction it puts itself in three in defense, with the low right back to leave the left-handed Paqueta and Suso freer; while Theo Hernandez more free on the opposite side, with Calhanoglu more inside the field and a variety on the whole front.
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Juventus-Milan: Pioli is still aiming for 4-3-3
"In the tests done today in training, the 4-3-3 was used above all. Then 'new old Milan"I would like to say, because probably those of yesterday at the moment remain only and exclusively of trials in view of the future", this refers Peppe Di Stefano to Sky Sport 24.
Regarding ballots on the right between Andrea Conti and Davide Calabria, the first at the moment seems to be in the lead. In the middle of the field Paqueta and Bennacer, together with Rade Krunic. Out – as is known – Franck Kessie for technical choice. Jesus Suso returns with the attack, with Krzysztof Piatek center forward. Rafael Leao will start from the bench.
- MILAN (4-3-3): Donnarumma; Conti, Duarte, Romagnoli, Hernandez; Paqueta, Bennacer, Krunic; Suso, Piatek, Calhanoglu.
But the journalist is keen to point out: "This should be Milan, but we repeat: there have been many changes and a lot of pretense. I expect everything in view of tomorrow night at the Stadium ".
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