Lazio’s first match after the international break will be on Saturday afternoon against Crotone.
Despite playing against the side who currently sits in the bottom of Serie A, this match will be played in Calabria, and will not be an easy game for the Biancocelesti.
Simone Inzaghi will be without Serbian midfielder Sergej Milinkovic-Savic who has recently tested positive for COVID-19; while Ciro Immobile has returned to training, Luis Alberto may be forced to watch from the bench as punishment after his recent outbreak on social media. However, it is important to note that Giovanni Stropa, Crotone’s manager, will also be forced to deal with a number of absences.
Ahead of the match, Miloš Vulić – who was signed by the Calabrese side back in September from Red Star Belgrade – talked about what he believes awaits his side.
Lazio is a great club and a really good team, but we are preparing the best we possibly can for this match.
Lazio currently sits in ninth position in Serie A with a record of 3W-2D-2L (11 points). They will look to secure all three points against Crotone but will have to be at the top of their game to do so.