1. Antonio Sanabria
Antonio Sanabria is the name Juventus fans should remember more than anyone else. The Paraguayan caused havoc in the last Derby della Mole, scoring a brace against a topsy-turvy Juventus, then managed by Andrea Pirlo.
When it comes to choosing a striker, Antonio Sanabria has been a go-to man for Ivan Jurić, especially in the absence of injured Andrea Belotti and Simone Zaza. The former Hellas Verona manager has played Sanabria in every game, and that has undoubtedly reaped the fruits.
Despite scoring just one goal this season, Sanabria has been good overall, making notable exchanges and connecting well with the midfield. Naturally, Sanabria is a “fox in the box”, like Leicester City’s Jamie Vardy.
This sort of striker has a distinctive ability to score goals from nothing. They work hard, press down their opponent intensely and are extremely alert, like a fox, to an opponent’s mistake around the box (as depicted in his second goal against Juventus last season, when Sanabria hastily capitalised on an error made by Dejan Kulusevski).
Although several reports in Italy suggest that Belotti could make his return from injury in the game against Juventus, it is unlikely that he will start the game, meaning Ivan Jurić will again be relying on Sanabria.