Garics, Antonsson, Cherubin, Morleo
Kone, Diamanti, Gabbiadini
Barzagli, Bonucci, Chiellini
L'stiner, Vidal, Pirlo, Marchisio, Asamoah
Juventus can play its strongest side against Bologna on Saturday and will be buoyed by the return of midfielder Arturo Vidal, who was suspended for last week's 1-0 win over Catania.
He is likely to replace Paul Pogba, who scored a last-minute winner against the Rossoblu back in October, and received a call up to the France squad for the doubleheader against Georgia and Spain.
Antonio Conte, however, has Martin Caceres, Simone Pepe and Nicklas Bendtner unavailable, though none of them would have been likely to make the starting XI had they been fit.
Sebastian Giovinco, whose agent recently declared his client was content at Juventus Stadium despite rumors of an exit in the summer, is expected to continue alongside Mirko Vucinic, however, Alessandro Matri could also be in contention to partner the Montenegrin.
Meanwhile for the hosts, Stefano Pioli will be forced into making one change as defender Frederik Sorensen has been ruled out of the encounter after the injury he suffered against Inter last week. Nicolo Cherubin is likely to deputize in his absence as he is preferred to Naldo.
It is a special game for Bologna's Manolo Gabbiadini as the 21-year-old, who has netted five times this season in Serie A, will be desperate to impress against the Old Lady - his parent club.