The team have returned to Cagliari after a whole week away from home.
Canini is under observation after missing the match against Chievo.
Ariaudo is ready to take is place if he does not recover in time.
Genoa will not play at home in this match after what happened with their fans last time they were at the Ferraris, but that may be an advantage as they could feel relieved from the pressure of playing in their own stadium.
As Lecce and Genoa have both slowed their pace in recent weeks, relegation should not be a threat for Cagliari anymore, but at the same time the Sardinians can't afford to give points away to a close rival.
Expect Genoa to look for an early lead and attack from the very first minute. Cagliari are more likely to sit and wait to counter-attack when given a chance. Being 6 points clear of Genoa and having won the previous clash in the season, a draw here would mean official safety for Cagliari.
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