A pretty lopsided round is coming up, here are the recommended players to select.
Gianluigi Donnarumma: Milan do not possess the most trustworthy back-line, but the nose-diving Verona have failed to score in eight of their last ten away matches.
Alex Sandro: guessing Juventus’ lineup is always tricky, and they will play in the Coppa Italia final on Wednesday, but they have decent chances of racking up another clean sheet as they host Bologna, which has had trouble against top competition this year. Sandro has been the most productive from the fantasy standpoint.
Filippo Costa: he had a stellar outing against Verona, causing an own goal and assisting a teammate. Manuel Lazzari got seriously hurt so he is slated to start from here on out and he might take advantage of the sketchy Benevento defence to bring home some bonus points.
Bruno Gaspar: he has had a tough time cracking the starting lineup recently, but he is primed to play this week with Vincent Laurini suspended and Vitor Hugo injured. He has some interesting offensive upside and Genoa might be without their dynamic left wing back Diego Laxalt.
Hakan Calhanoglu: he is coming off a strong performance against Bologna, where he scored and assisted Giacomo Bonaventura, and he is emerging as Milan’s most menacing attacker. He will try to exploit the horrendous Verona defence on Sunday.
Ivan Perisic: he confirmed his strong form in the Derby d’Italia, where one of his superb action led to an own goal and he also came close to scoring in the stoppage time. Udinese have lost in 11 of their last 12 games, conceding a bunch of goals in the meantime.
Sergej Milinkovic-Savic: Lazio need someone to step up with Ciro Immobile sidelined by a muscular ailment and the Serbian ace answered the bell against Torino with a terrific header. Atalanta is not the easiest opponent, but the Sergeant is the Biancocelesti’s likeliest goal scorer now.
Emanuele Giaccherini: Chievo will be all hands on deck in the relegation race showdown against Crotone and Giaccherini has been their most productive player in recent weeks.
Giovanni Simeone: he is coming off a tremendous hat-trick against Napoli and he could be in line for some more goals as he faces his former team Genoa, which do not have much to play for.
Paulo Dybala: he picked up an assist coming off the bench against Inter, but there are good chances he will start this week with Mario Mandzukic dealing with a wound. There also some buzz he might spearhead the attack with Gonzalo Higuain being spared as he is one yellow card away from disqualification. As centre-forward, Dybala has delivered big time.
Edin Dzeko: the Bosnian feasted against Chievo and he will try to replicate that against another leaky defence, Cagliari’s one. Patrik Schick is worth consideration as well as he has finally started scoring.
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