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Massimiliano Allegri: Tomorrow I will start with the best possible line-up


Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri says he is not considering rotation ahead of tough games against Atletico Madrid and Roma.

The Bianconeri face a tricky away game against Atalanta on Saturday and the Italian revealed he will start with a strong line-up against Stefano Colantuono's side.

"Tomorrow's game is a difficult one because it's not easy to win at Atalanta," Allegri said during Friday's press conference.

"They lost their last two games but played well, especially at home against Fiorentina.

"We have to be prepared, we know we have to get all three points, they are pivotal ahead of games against Atletico and Roma.

"Tomorrow I will start with the best possible line-up.

"Giovinco played the full 90 minutes on Wednesday and he played a very good game. Pereyra confirmed he's an excellent player and so did Ogbonna and Evra.

"Rather than rotation I would say I could change the formation. This Juventus team showed there is enough depth to do well even when 4-5 regular players are not in the line-up.

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