Rome, where the Argentinian Leandro Paredes will be among the substitutes and his compatriot Paulo Dybala is doubtful due to muscle pain, hosts Milan, one of the leaders in Serie A, at the start of the third date today.
The match will be played at Rome’s Olympic Stadium at 3:30 p.m. (Argentine time) and will be televised by ESPN and Star+.
The third appointment starts at 1:30 p.m. with the visit of Hellas Verona, among the substitutes, Bruno Amione from Santa Fe, in Sassuolo, a meeting that will be televised on the Star+ platform.
As for Roma, Cordoba’s Dybala is almost ruled out with the adductor injury that forced him out in last Saturday’s defeat by Hellas Verona, although coach José Mourinho will wait for him until the end because it’s a classic moment and he could take a place on the reserve bench.
The substitutes include Paredes and Belgium’s Romelu Lukaku, the club’s brand new signing.
Argentina youth players Luka Romero and Marco Pellegrino will sit on the bench for Milan.
The agenda for the third date of Series A is as follows:
At 1:30 p.m.: Sassuolo-Hellas Verona (Stern+).
At 3:45 p.m.: Rome-Milan (ESPN and Star+).
At 1.30 p.m.: Bologna-Cagliari and Udinese-Frosinone
At 3:45 p.m.: Atalanta-Monza and Napoli-Lazio
At 1:30 p.m.: Inter-Fiorentina and Torino-Genoa
At 3.45 p.m.: Lecce-Salernitana and Empoli-Juventus
Milan, Napoli, Inter, and Hellas Verona 6 points; Fiorentina, Juventus, and Lecce 4; Atalanta, Monza, Frosinone, and Genoa 3; Salerno 2; Rome, Bologna, Cagliari, Turin, and Udinese 1; Lazio, Empoli, and Sassuolo 0. (Telam)