Lazio vs Vitesse: SS Lazio the only club with 100% record in the Europa League so far face Dutch team Vitesse at Stadio Olimpico.
The Italian side lead the group and have already secured a position in the knockout stages. On contrast, Vitesse stand bottom with a single point so far.
The Rome-based side won their previous fixture against Vitesse with the help of goals from Parolo, Immobile and Murgia inspiring them from 2-1 deficit.
Meanwhile, Lazio will look to bounce back after losing to AS Roma in the Rome-derby in the weekend.
Radja Nainggolan scored a stunning goal to sink the home side’s hearts but they will look to move on and continue their decent start to the season.
Vitesse are still not mathematically out from the competition, with five points separating them from second position. But only a near-miracle would potentially take them to the next stage as second placed Nice face Zulte-Waregem in the other fixture.
Lazio will be without Felipe Caicedo and Marchetti, both ruled out due to injuries.
Consequently, Ciro Immobile could start for the hosts. Meanwhile Anderson, Di Gennaro and Wallace are also recovering from their niggles and could sit out the game.
Moreover, Vitesse will also miss some key players for the clash. Kruiswijk and van der Werff both sit out the game while suspension means Alexander Buttner won’t feature for the visitors.
Where to watch the game:
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