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In the press conference ahead of the game of tomorrow evening, Lazio- Juventus, Max Allegri left some interesting words. Here are the most important ones reported by the club’s official twitter account

“Plenty of options for tomorrow’s starting XI. It will be a difficult game because Lazio have had a tough time of late.”

“It’s a sensitive moment in our season. We need to try and climb another position in the league in #LazioJuve.”

“I’m very happy to coach Juventus and remain fully focused on achieving the very important objectives we have here.”

“Lazio will be out for revenge following our Super Cup and Coppa Italia wins over them.”

“@Asabob20 is training with the team, #Khedira will miss out on #LazioJuve. #UCL also looking unlikely for Sami.”

“@PauDybala_JR has made great strides since he arrived at Juventus. He’s been a fine signing for us.”

“@LeminaM_13 should be training with the team today. There’s a chance he’ll be fit for #LazioJuve.”

“We’ve worked out that winning games requires us to dig deep and fight for every ball.”

“Lazio and Fiorentina, two games against title contenders. We’re playing catch up and need to be clear headed.”

“Morata is an extraordinary player and needs to remain calm. I ask a lot of him, the same goes for the rest of the team.”

“I’ll have a good look at the players today in order to see who’s best suited to replacing @paulpogba in midfield.”

“I think this season’s Scudetto winners will end up with around 80 points.”

“Picking up points is always tougher in the second half of the season.”

“I get angry when substitutes don’t make their mark on the game. It means they’ve come on with the wrong approach.”

“I still haven’t decided who will play between @AlvaroMorata, @MarioMandzukic9 and #Zaza.”

“#Pereyra’s felt another twinge. He’s had medical tests today, now we’ll fully assess his condition.”

“#Padoin always comes on with the right attitude, he’s a player that every coach would want to have within his ranks.”

“We still haven’t achieved anything, I don’t want to see a drop in focus tomorrow.”