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Carlos Tevez and Fernando Llorente made way for Mirko Vucinic and Fabio Quagliarella on Friday against Bologna.
While Llorente did not receive the longest rest due to Vucinic's first half injury, Tevez was only needed for the final 20 minutes, meaning both of them should be ready to cause havoc against Galatasaray on Tuesday.
The partnership has blossomed in recent weeks and it has such versatility that Juve will be able to alter their attacking approach multiple times during the game.
Given that Andrea Pirlo will be injured and Claudio Marchisio will make his way back into the side once more, Il Principino will be able to combine with the strike force at close quarters on a more regular basis than the midfield trident usually do.
Marchisio's tendency to shift the ball quickly in and around the area should benefit Tevez in particular, creating numerous opportunities with his clever movement.
With the winning result secured, Conte will be delighted that it was achieved without the full exertions of his starting forwards, who will both be ready to fire Juve into the last 16 of the Champions League in Matchday 6 next week.