Tuesday, January 15th, 2013
Both Fiorentina and Roma will be hoping that the Coppa Italia injects new promise into their respective seasons as the Viola and Giallorossi arrive into their cup tie reeling off the back of two successive defeats in Serie A.
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Fiorentina squad: Aquilani, Borja Valero, Camporese, Cuadrado, Fernandez, Jovetic, Ljajic, Llama, Lupatelli, Migliaccio, Neto, Olivera, Pasqual, Pizarro, Rodriguez, Roncaglia, Romulo, Savic, Seferovic, Tomovic, Toni, Viviano.
The big Fiorentina news surrounds the absence of defender Mattia Cassani from the squad. The full-back has been rumoured to be on his way of the club this winter, and his omission from the Coppa Italia side will only intensify those transfer rumours.
Elsewhere David Pizarro is a surprise inclusion for the Viola, however the midfielder is likely to miss out on a starting birth for Vincenzo Montella’s charges.
Up top, Steven Jovetic, Adem Ljajic and Luca Toni will all be vying for starts whilst Alberto Aquilani and Stefen Savic should be participate in the contest.
Roma squad: Balzaretti, Bradley, Burdisso, Castan, De Rossi, Destro, Dodò, Ferrante,Florenzi, Frediani, Goicoechea, Lucca, Marquinhos, Piris, Pjanic, Stekelenburg, Svedkauskas, Tachtsidis, Taddei.
One names immediately jumps out at you when you read the Roma squad: Francesco Totti is out of the quarterfinal with injury.
Without their talisman, Zdenek Zeman’s side are further depleted with Pablo Daniel Osvaldo and Erik Lamela both absent through suspensions.