The Italian side will be without goalkeeper Federico Fazio for the second game in a row due to injury.
The 24-year-old suffered a knee injury in the 3-1 defeat to Croatia on Sunday and was taken to hospital for scans on Tuesday.
Coach Alessandro Della Valle told reporters: “Fazio has a knee problem.
It is still too early to give any prognosis. “
We will have to wait for the outcome of the tests.
Faziolo, who played in Serie A with Milan, is now expected to miss the second leg of the group stage with Italy. “
I think we can do better, and I think we should take some risks, because the game is very important for us.”
Faziolo, who played in Serie A with Milan, is now expected to miss the second leg of the group stage with Italy.
“He’s been working hard with us.
He is not a bad player,” Della Vella said.
“It’s the first time in his career he’s played this kind of football.”
The hosts took the lead in the 31st minute when Paulo Dybala curled a low shot from a tight angle into the far corner.
“The first goal was a wonderful effort by Dybale and we deserved to get the lead.
The second goal was fantastic and the fourth goal was spectacular, and we were in control,” said Juventus manager Massimiliano Allegri.
“They are good footballers and we have to respect that.
We are the better team.”