The watchword in Trigoria these days is 'concentration'.
Fonseca will not admit distractions and has already said it after the victory against Bologna.
"Against Ajax we will need the perfect match" warned the coach who does not want to review the mistakes made in the first leg and which were about to compromise the qualification.
The comeback and the 2-1 final in Amsterdam for the Giallorossi puts Dzeko and his teammates in an advantageous position having two out of three results available to access the Europa League semi-finals.
A goal that, if achieved, would greatly change Roma's judgment of the season.
Fonseca, however, will still have to deal with absences.
Zaniolo, Kumbulla, Spinazzola and El Shaarawy were the ones announced, but even Smalling's conditions did not improve.
The Englishman has only one training available, but these days he has continued to carry out individual work and consequently he too will raise the white flag.
The good news for the Giallorossi comes from Mkhitaryan.
The Armenian is back on the field already on Sunday in the championship for a segment of the match and from Thursday he will be ready to take back the starting shirt left a month ago for a calf injury.
In attack, with the former Manchester United, there will be Lorenzo Pellegrini and Edin Dzeko.
The former will be able to rest in the league given the disqualification that will keep him out with Torino, while the latter after having been on the bench for ninety minutes against Bologna is ready to take back his shirt as a starter.
The rest of the line-up also seems to be done quickly with Pau Lopez in goal and the defense made up of the Mancini-Cristante-Ibanez trio.
In midfield we see Karsdorp on the right with Calafiori on the left and the Diawara-Veretout duo in the direction.