Sassuolo - Atalanta 2-0 Ampia Sintesi 24/11/2013





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Published on Apr 29, 2012

Sassuolo - Atalanta 2-0
Sassuolo - Atalanta 2-0
Sassuolo - Atalanta 2-0
Sassuolo - Atalanta 2-0

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Cardiff manager Malky Mackay will hand late fitness tests to Mark Hudson and Stephen McPhail. Captain Hudson is battling to overcome a calf problem while midfielder McPhail has missed the last four games due to the effects of the immune system disorder Sjogren's Syndrome. Goalkeeper Tom Heaton, the hero of the semi-final win over Crystal Palace, is set to overcome an ankle knock to take his place ahead of regular first-choice David Marshall, having been given his chance in the cup competitions this season.
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Malky Mackay: "My players are looking forward to getting out there and testing themselves. We are obviously massive underdogs if you look at the two clubs. Nine times out of 10 the underdogs are beaten, but there is that one other time. Any team going to Wembley is playing against 11 guys and anything can happen. Last year it was Birmingham, who went on to be relegated at the end of the season. They faced Arsenal and no-one was giving them a prayer either."
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