Dybala and Morata excluded from Chelsea clash

Italy-ALSHARQIYA  September 27: Juventus said on Monday that attacking duo Paulo Dybala and Alvaro Morata will not return from injury until the end of the international break in October, with the two players missing the Chelsea and Torino matches.
Dybala scored in a 3-2 win over Sampdoria in Serie A on Sunday before he was discharged injured while the team also had to replace Morata with an injury.
Juventus said in a statement on its website: “Tests that this duo underwent on Monday morning showed that Morata suffers from a mild injury to the posterior muscle of the right leg. Dybala also suffers from a problem in the left thigh. Both players will return after the international break.
Juventus host European champions Chelsea in the Champions League on Wednesday before visiting local rivals Torino in a derby on Saturday.
Then coach Massimiliano Allegri's side will host Roma when the local league resumes on October 17.


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