Francesco Guidolin welcomes back Antonio Di Natale and warns Udinese need all their wits about them to beat Bologna.
Top scorer Di Natale has been out of action since fracturing a bone in his foot on February 11, but returns to the squad for tomorrow’s Serie A game.
“I will have to take fitness into consideration, especially after the Europa League on Thursday. I have many doubts and hope they will be resolved in my mind,” said the Coach.
“Di Natale is in the squad, but I don’t know if he can actually play. The same way I don’t know how tired Antonio Floro Flores and Diego Fabbrini are, nor if Paulo Barreto is ready to play a little longer. I can say Gabriel Torje is in good shape, though.
“We are not doing well in terms of results in Serie A, even though our position in the table remains strong.
“Bologna represent a difficult test and at the Dall’Ara we’ll be facing a team in good shape. We must play with character and our duty is to do our best.”
This week Udinese progressed to the last 16 of the Europa League thanks to a 3-0 win away to PAOK.
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