Colantuono has to face a bunch of absences, starting with his goalkeeper Consigli: Frezzolini is going to take his place.
Lucchini will play as centre-back as Stendardo is suspended, while Bellini is in contention with Ferri and Raimondi for the right-back spot.
German Denis will lead the attack, supported once again by Maxi Moralez.
Juventus are going to be welcomed by their own fans as Champions, but Conte has a couple more goals to achieve before allowing the real celebrations to begin: Juve can finish the season unbeaten and then they have to play the Coppa Italia final next week.
Atalanta are trying not to think about the match-fixing investigation, and in the meantime they will want to be the only team to beat Juventus this season.
As the away side will come for the win, Juve should be able to take an early lead and cool off any battling spirit from Atalanta. If La Dea manage to keep the game in the balance until the second half, then there might be a chance for a unexpected result, but Juventus' enthusiasm is likely to overwhelm any resistance.
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