Corini’s main doubt ahead of the match against Cittadella concerns the formation to use. In the previous game against Brescia, the usual 4-3-3 was replaced by a 4-2-3-1, leading to a change in the team’s dynamics. This new formation saw midfielder Coulibaly scoring the winning goal with a powerful header, indicating that something had tactically changed. This was the second game in which Corini used the 4-2-3-1 formation, with positive results. The absence of Di Francesco and the underwhelming performance of Insigne leave room for a confirmation of the same formation. The two-week break after the game will give Corini time to work on the formation and decide whether to permanently switch to the 4-2-3-1. The potential return of Segre and Vasic also provides more options for Corini, adding depth to the team. Overall, the team’s experience and technical skills make them capable of adapting to a new formation quickly.
Il mediano diventa trequartista, il 4-2-3-1 è un’opzione in più per il Palermo