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Fernando Llorente: We are ready for Saturday's game


Juventus striker Fernando Llorente says the Bianconeri should not be concerned over missing key players through injuries.

Midfielder Arturo Vidal will miss tomorrow's game against Udinese as he joins Andrea Pirlo and Alvaro Morata on the sidelines.

But Llorente is convinced that the players who will start the game will be good enough to get all three points.

"It's true, it was a bizarre start to the season, I was ill with a high temperature and then other players suffered injuries," Llorente told Sky Sport Italy.

"But these things can happen in football.

"I still believe the team is ready and there are many players who can play.

"Ultimately, whoever plays will do well, we are working hard and we are ready for Saturday's game."

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