Massimiliano Allegri will take the doubt until the very last, in a wonderfully whitened Vinovo to holiday, was not even Christmas. It is the module the primary node to dissolve in view of the evening game on Stadium against Milan: Juventus will return to the now habitual defense 4 or you will confirm 3-5-2 with different interpreters when compared to the protagonists of Udine? From there, everything comes down to the waterfall, with formation choices that seem to be roughly oriented, without particular doubt,towards one case or another.

The temptation is strong: return to 4-3-1-2, last seen January 25 at home against Chievo. 4-3-3 anti Parma and 3-5-2 Udine represent alternative options in the head of Allegri, convinced that despite the non-arrival of a pure playmaker in January, that role can be played by adapted interpreters , however, of good value. If the coach decides to restore the 4-3-1-2, in any case won’t have Martin Caceres, struggling with muscle fatigue on left adductor that has stopped the rise two days ago. Among a snowfall and the other, the Uruguayan has put together two differentiated workouts between Thursday and yesterday, but will not make it to recover for Milan.

In the right wing, however, will miss the suspended Stephan Lichtsteiner well, so Allegri would deploy Simone Padoin fullback. The defensive quartet would be completed by Leonardo Bonucci, Giorgio Chiellini and Patrice Evra, yesterday returned to the group after having discarded the “two days” of tonsillitis. In midfield would play Claudio Marchisio (absent in Udine through suspension), Andrea Pirlo and Paul Pogba, while Arturo Vidal would act on the frontline, right behind Carlitos Tevez (who yesterday celebrated his 31st birthday in an Boquense atmosphere: cake, balloons and T-shirts colored yellow and blue) and Alvaro Morata, reported in pole over Fernando Llorente.