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Juve's squad has been fully tested over the past month.
Antonio Conte has made numerous changes each week to be able to keep his side fresh for the many tough encounters that they have scheduled in the league and in Europe.
Juve have used 18 players this week to be able to tackle a mid-week round and negotiate wins over Catania and Parma.
With injuries to Stephan Lichtsteiner, Simone Pepe, Mirko Vucinic and Fabio Quagliarella lately, the Old Lady have called upon other members of the squad to be able to help both in a starting capacity as well as off the bench.
Mauricio Isla, Simone Padoin and Martin Caceres have helped to fill the void left by Lichtsteiner on the right flank, while Paolo De Ceglie has allowed Kwadwo Asamoah to rest on the opposite flank against Catania.
Caceres has also allowed Conte's trio of trusted centre-backs to take a breather with Angelo Ogbonna also keen to impress as Andrea Barzagli and Leonardo Bonucci have enjoyed time off during this busy run.
Fernando Llorente is stepping up to the plate, while Sebastian Giovinco is also looking to offer something different with his smooth link-up with Carlos Tevez.
While those profited from the absence of Vucinic—who was arguably Conte's preferred choice to start with El Apache before his injury—Fabio Quagliarella has also given Conte a selection problem whenever he has been fit, stringing together a fine run of performances.
The Neapolitan returned from an injury of his own at the Tardini to strike the bar and assist Pogba's winning goal.
Conte must be delighted that he can call upon almost all of his squad to be able to help the cause, and while they are not in an ideal position in either competition, the situation is salvageable in both thanks to the depth of the squad.