Juventus will be looking to return to winning ways in Serie A when they visit Roma on Sunday night.
Juve have already wrapped up their eighth straight Serie A crown, but have been victorious in just one of their last four in Italy's top flight, and have drawn with Inter Milan and Torino in their last two.
The Old Lady might not have too much to play for this weekend, but the same cannot be said for Roma, who are very much within touching distance of the top four entering Week 36.
Allegri has far from a fully-fit squad to choose from this weekend, with as many as eight first-team players potentially unavailable for the clash with Roma.
Mattia Perin, Mario Mandzukic and Sami Khedira will definitely miss out once again, while there are concerns surrounding the fitness of five other players.
Alex Sandro missed the clash with Torino due to a thigh problem and is a doubt, while the same can be said for Paulo Dybala and Emre Can, who both have muscular problems.
Douglas Costa's calf issue could also rule him out, although it is thought that Rodrigo Bentancur could overcome a fatigue issue to make the squad on Sunday night.
Moise Kean was given the nod alongside Cristiano Ronaldo against Torino last time out, and that could again be the case here with Federico Bernardeschi and Juan Cuadrado operating in the wide positions.