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    Juventus
      24.11.2019 14:00 - in: UCL S

      Straight back to work for the Champions League

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      The team back on the JTC field this morning to prepare for the challenge against Atletico Madrid on Tuesday night

      After yesterday afternoon's splendid 3-1 comeback away to Atalanta, the team now need to focus on their next game - at home to Atletico Madrid in the Champions League. On Tuesday evening, Maurizio Sarri's men will take on Los Colchoneros in the battle for top spot in Group D

      Juventus gathered this morning in Continassa for their usual post-match session, with the teams divided into two groups: Recovery work for those who started the match at the Geweiss Stadium and usual training for the rest of the team.

      Cristiano Ronaldo took part in the whole session, whilst Adrien Rabiot and Alex Sandro performed personalised work on the field.

      J|MEDICAL ASSESSMENTS

      Following diagnostic tests carried out this morning at J|Medical, it emerged that Matthjis de Ligt suffered a dislocated right shoulder in yesterday's match and has now began the appropriate therapies and recovery.

      Therapy and recovery also for Federico Bernardeschi, who yesterday suffered a bruise to the right hemithorax.

      Douglas Costa suffered a low grade lesion of the semitendinosus muscle of the right thigh and has started rehabilitation treatment (the timing for a complete recovery is about 15 days).

      THE EVE OF JUVE-ATLETICO

      Tomorrow, on the eve of Juve-Atletico, training is scheduled for 15:15 CET (of which the first 15 minutes is open to the media), whilst the Juventus press conference is set for 13:30 CET. Catch both LIVE on Juventus TV.

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