Sepe Is Ready For Lazio Debut Against Sassuolo As Provedel's Rehabilitation Continues

Lazio is currently in a state of anticipation for Ivan Provedel, their primary goalkeeper, to regain full health. Nevertheless, there is hope that he will recover in time to face Sassuolo. Although the 29-year-old Italian athlete was previously requested by coach Luciano Spalletti to bolster the Azzurri during two qualifying matches for Euro 2024 against Malta and England, he had to decline due to an injury.

Provedel, the goalkeeper for The Aquile, has managed to perform in all ten games so far, without missing a single minute of play. His performance has been outstanding in all the games. He even scored a crucial goal in the last minute of play, which helped his team secure a point in the Champions League opener against Atletico Madrid.

According to an article from Corriere dello Sport, it was disclosed that Provedel had been struggling with a hematoma in his pelvic region, which he had sustained during the triumph over Celtic in the second match of Group E in the Champions League.

The hematoma has yet to fully heal, but Biancoceleste is optimistic that their primary goalkeeper will regain fitness in time for the match against Sassuolo on October 21. Should he remain unavailable, the backup goalkeeper, Luigi Sepe, will take the field.

In the meantime, Maurizio Sarri's squad is striving to climb back to the upper echelons of the Serie A rankings, as they currently languish in 13th place, having accumulated 10 points from their first eight fixtures in the 2023/24 season.

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