How to win at Roma – and what to watch

  • September 29, 2021

The Giallorossi will be without a player this evening after they were left stranded at home against Napoli, and this time they will be hoping that defender Alessandro De Marchi will have enough time to make up for the absence of Mauro Icardi.

They also have a number of other options to fill the void, with the likes of Mario Mandzukic and Alessandro Nesta both available for selection.

The Italians will be looking to build on a solid start to the season with a trip to Bologna on Sunday, when they will welcome a Sampdoria side who have lost two of their last four games in Serie A, and will be happy to have one of their best performers back. 

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