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Juventus will take advantage of Cristiano Ronaldo during his trip from Serie A to Frosinone after his red card of the Champions League.

The 33-year-old received a red card after the confrontation with Valencia ace Jeison Murillo, which means he will miss the home game with Young Boys.

UEFA’s disciplinary panel is ready to determine if the ban will be extended, meaning that an emotional return to Old Trafford could be missed to face Manchester United.

However, for now, Ronaldo will be desperate to make amends after the incident with the 19th Frosinone in his sights.

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Ronaldo scored his first two goals for Juventus in last week’s 2-1 victory over Sassuolo, who also saw the old woman suffer a red card.

Douglas Costa was fired for kicking, punching and spitting at an opponent, and has received a four-game ban.

The Brazilian winger also suffered an ankle injury, which means he can not return to the team in the short term.

Sami Khedira left the game against Valencia after picking up an anbd knock and can not risk this night.

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News of the Juventus team: XI predicted by Express Sport to face Frosinone (Image: Getty Images)
Juventus could make several changes to their lineup after the midweek clash to keep everyone fit and happy on the team.

Juan Cuadrado, Daniele Rugani and Emre Can could be among the players to start.

Paulo Dybala will return to the lineup after missing the Champions League match, with Mario Mandzukic ready to start on the left wing.

Ronaldo is likely to lead the fearsome attack, and will be eager to forget his expulsion, instead of focusing on increasing his goal tally.
CRISTIANO Ronaldo scored late for Juventus against the Frosinone minnows to forget all about his tears in Valencia.
The 33-year-old left the field crying after being harshly shown a red card during the Juve’s Champions League clash in the Spanish city in the week.

But he returned to the business for the summer signing of 178 million Australian dollars by Real Madrid when he scored a heartbreaking effort to break the hearts of Frosinone in the 81st minute.

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Ronaldo bagged his third goal for the Serie A giants.
Ronaldo bagged his third goal for the Serie A giants.
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Pjanic’s shot was blocked by a defender and the rebound fell directly on the former Manchester United player, who beat Sportiello calmly.

There were some arguments that Ronaldo was in an offside position, but the lineman’s flag remained low, and the referee chose not to use VAR.

Juve, who dominated the possession but was poor in the last third, added some brilliance to the score in the fourth minute of injury time.

Ronaldo won the ball in his own penalty area and took it to the other end of the field before taking it from Pjanic.

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Alex Sandro fires an archery.
Alex Sandro fires an archery.
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The central midfielder looked up and found Federico Bernardeschi in the space that took advantage of the opportunity with a curly effort that beat Sportiello.

Against Valencia, Ronaldo left the field of play in tears after seeing red for an incident out of the ball with Jeison Murillo.

Ronaldo will definitely miss the Juventus clash with Young Boys on October 2, but faces losing up to three games this year’s competition.

And that would mean the Portuguese forward, 33, will miss the game at Old Trafford on October 23 and return to Turin on November 7.

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Ronaldo is attacked by his teammates after scoring the opening goal.
Ronaldo is attacked by his teammates after scoring the opening goal.
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Ronaldo can not launch an appeal against the red card received in minute 29 at the Mestalla.

He collided with Murillo before the Valencia defender fell theatrically to the ground.

Ronaldo bent down and seemed to grab the defender’s hair, who then got up and approached Juventus.

The 33-year-old received marching orders for the eleventh time in his career and left crying.

He was consoled by Juventus manager Max Allegri and headed towards the tunnel for an early shower.

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