Lazio are looking for a victory away to Legia Warsaw to secure their Europa League qualification.
It kicks off in Poland at 18.00 GMT and there has already been crowd trouble in the city with at least 17 Biancocelesti ultras under arrest.
Legia had been expected to do better in Group J, but have so far lost all four games and are yet to even score a goal. They were defeated 1-0 at the Stadio Olimpico in September.
Lazio are under pressure following poor Serie A results in recent weeks and talk that Coach Vladimir Petkovic will be poached for the Switzerland job next summer.
The 4-3-3 system returns after a failed experiment with the 3-4-3 against Sampdoria and Berisha is given a chance to shine in goal.
Hernanes is also back after he was dropped at the weekend, but Miroslav Klose, Giuseppe Biava, Andre Dias, Bruno Pereirinha and Vinicius are unavailable.
Balde Keita is again picked in attack, leaving Ederson on the bench.
Legia Warsaw: Kuciak; Bereszynski, Rzezniczak, Jodlowiec, Wawrzyniak; Furman, Vrdoljak; Helio Pinto, Radovic, Brzyski; Dvalishvili
Legia Warsaw bench: Skaba, Broz, Mikita, Kopczynski, Inaki Astiz, Ojamaa
Lazio: Berisha; Cavanda, Ciani, Cana, Radu; Gonzalez, Biglia, Hernanes; Felipe Anderson, Perea, Keita
Lazio bench: Marchetti, Novaretti, Lulic, Konko, Ledesma, Onazi, Floccari
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