Juventus' Italian goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny (R) celebrates with Juventus' Italian defender Giorgio Chiellini, Juventus' Italian midfielder Federico Bernardeschi and Juventus' Brazilian defender Alex Sandro after stopping a penalty during the UEFA Champions League group H football match between Valencia CF  and Juventus FC at the Mestalla stadium in Valencia on September 19, 2018. (Photo by JAVIER SORIANO / AFP)        (Photo credit should read JAVIER SORIANO/AFP/Getty Images)

Picking the Best Potential Juventus Lineup to Face Frosinone in Serie A on Sunday

Serie A continues this weekend as Juventus travel to newly-promoted Frosinone. 


An unbeaten start to the season will bring well earned confidence and self-belief to this Juventus side who are looking to accumulate 15 points from a possible 15. 


Here we preview the best possible starting XI for Massimiliano Allegri.

3. Goalkeeper & Defenders

Wojciech Szczensy (GK) - After being rotated with new summer signing Mattia Perin for Wednesday night's Champions League clash, Szczensy is expected to return in goal for the Bianconeri.


Juan Cuadrado (RB) - Unorthodox it may be, Cuadrado can play anywhere on the right. After starting midweek on the bench, he will be knocking on the manager's door for his fourth Serie A appearance this year.


Daniele Rugani (CB) - Both Giorgio Chiellini and Leonardo Bonucci are expected to be rested after featuring in the Champions League, and Rugani is likely to replace on of his compatriots.


Medhi Benatia (CB) - The Moroccan will be hoping Allegri does indeed rest both Chiellini and Bonucci so he can make his second Serie A appearance of the season.


Alex Sandro (LB) - Following in the footsteps of Real Madrid's Marcelo, Sandro descends from Brazilian blood. Full of pace, power and trickery, he is the pinnacle of the modern day defender.

2. Midfielders

Miralem Pjanic (CDM) - With the Bianconeri for two seasons now, Pjanic is instrumental to this Juventus side. Dictating the speed of play and owning responsibility, his double from the spot in midweek should see him keep his place here.


Emre Can (CDM) - With Sami Khedira doubtful for Sunday's match it is likely Emre Can will fill the void. In his first season after arriving on a free transfer from Liverpool, Can will be looking to cement his place in Allegri's side.


Mario Mandzukic (LW) - Versatile and with a know-how on the knack of scoring goals, Mandzukic is capable of bullying defenders. Starting in the central attacking position in midweek, don't be surprised to see him interchange with Ronaldo.


Paulo Dybala - (CAM) - A tough start to the season has seen reports of Dybala being offered to Manchester United in January. Juventus are undoubtedly a better side when he's firing on all cylinders, but it appears his new role is in transition.


Federico Bernardeschi (RW) - Struggling for game time last season, Bernardeschi only managed seven starts. However, he has looked a more settled player this season and his performances have been brilliant so far.

1. Forward

Cristiano Ronaldo (ST) - After a difficult night in the Champions League which saw the Portuguese superstar sent off, Ronaldo will be looking to make amends this Sunday. 


Taking into consideration Frosinone's league statistics, you wouldn't back against Ronaldo netting his first hat-trick for the Old Lady.