The news on injured players in Serie A
Lazio: Casale still in doubt
Lazio immediately returned to training this morning with the players who rested last night. Usual unloading session in Formello: group divided in two, the anti-Az owners remain in the gym, the others engaged in technical and athletic work. Sarri prepares the next championship match with Bologna, where Immobile will certainly be missing and where the presence of Casale is in doubt.
The former Verona centre-back accused a muscle discomfort in his calf: nothing particularly serious, but just enough to cast doubt on his presence. He will try to recover him for a call-up, but the feeling is that the starting couple could be the one formed by Patric and Romagnoli, now completely recovered.
The conditions of Duda and Ngonge
Verona, good news. The main positive news concerns Duda, fully recovered after the contusion remedied with Spice. The checks have given encouraging signs, which is why the Slovakian midfielder should be regularly available for the next championship match against Monza, ready to be a starter as well.
Cyril Ngonge is instead trying to resolve the distortion trauma to the left ankle earlier than expected, and the possibility of a quick recovery for the match against the Brianza shouldn’t be ruled out. If he manages to return to the group by Friday, he could also be able to snatch a summons.
Skriniar, Correa and Dimarco: Inter is waiting for its injured players, the news
Federico Dimarco trained fully today with the rest of his teammates and will be available to coach Inzaghi for the match against Spezia scheduled for the next round of Serie A.
Less good news regarding Milan Skriniar and Joaquin Correa. According to the latest rumors, the Slovakian centre-back is still feeling discomfort in his back due to a nerve problem and should rest against the Ligurians while coach Inzaghi’s goal is to get him back for the match against Porto.
Tucu is in the balance for the championship advance, but there have been steps forward in the road that leads to its recovery.
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