Hey wm72, since you follow Serie A and Roma more than I do, can you describe Bradley's play the last two matches? How was he easily MOTM against Napoli? Does he sit in that defensive mid role or does he go up at all? What seems to be his "role" in the 4-2-3-1? I wish I could watch more of his games.
He hasn't been getting forward nearly as much under Adreazzoli who's a LOT more conservative than Zeman. His play against Napoli that was so impressive mainly for one fantastic tackle after another and choosing great passes in the back third to start the attack or maintain possession under high pressure from Napoli.
He's starting today in the same position. Here's the lineup.
AS ROMA (4-2-3-1): 1 Lobont; 3 Marquinhos, 5 Castan, 29 Burdisso, 42 Balzaretti; 16 De Rossi, 4 Bradley; 8 Lamela, 10 Totti, 7 Marquinho; 22 Destro.
A DISP. Goicoechea, Svedkauskas, Piris, Romagnoli, Torosidis, Taddei, Dodò, Florenzi, Pjanic, Perrotta, Tachtsidis, Lucca, Osvaldo. All.: Andreazzoli.
BALLOTTAGGI: Marquinhos-Torosidis, Marquinho-Florenzi, Osvaldo-Destro INDISPONIBILI: Stekelenburg
LAZIO (4-1-4-1): 22 Marchetti; 29 Konko, 20 Biava, 3 Dias (Cana), 26 Radu; 24 Ledesma; 87 Candreva, 15 Gonzalez (Onazi), 8 Hernanes, 19 Lulic; 11 Klose.
A DISP.: 1 Bizzarri, 2 Ciani, 33 Stankevicius, 17 Pereirinha, 23 Onazi, 6 Mauri, 7 Ederson, 25 Rozzi, 99 Floccari, 18 Kozak. All.: Petkovic.
INDISPONIBILI: Brocchi (Lussazione al terzo metatarso del piede destro), Saha (Lesione di primo grado del muscolo adduttore lungo della coscia destra)