In the final matchday, it is better to fish from the teams who are still struggling for something as the others could implement some heavy rotations.
Gianluigi Buffon: we can make an exception for the legendary goalie, who will be making the final appearances with Juventus against the lowly Verona.
Dario Dainelli: the veteran centre-back has been a stabilizing force in the Chievo’s back-line down the stretch and will have his hands full going against Cheick Diabate.
Filippo Costa: Sampdoria have failed to score in three of their last four fixtures and have a poor road record. Costa has taken advantages of some injuries to assert himself as a valuable piece.
Ricardo Rodriguez: Fiorentina are no pushovers, but he is coming off a pretty good performance against Atalanta and might be able to bring home some bonus points.
Josip Ilicic: either starting or off the bench, he always makes his presence felt and he is pretty much Atalanta’s most menacing player. Cagliari do not have the sturdiest defence.
Jakub Jankto: he picked up an assist in Verona game and he is always a threat for those since he takes care of most of the set pieces. His teammate Antonin Barak could be worth consideration too as he finally interrupted his drought.
Rafinha: after failing to score for several matches despite performing well, he has tallied two in a row and will play a vital role in the crucial game with Lazio.
Sergej Milinkovic-Savic: the Serbian superstar showed off his powers in the late equalizer against Crotone and will try to replicate that as Lazio try to fend off Inter’s assault to the fourth spot.
Mirco Antenucci: the striker has scored and assisted in the last two games against Benevento and Torino and will attempt to lift his side past Sampdoria, which have been defeated in eight of their last ten away matches.
Roberto Inglese: the centre-forward punished Bologna to gift his team three monumental points and will look to keep it up in the cupcake match-up against Benevento, where a win would clinch a Serie A stay for the Flying Donkeys.
Leonardo Pavoletti: Atalanta are obviously no slouches, but he is no stranger to hitting the net against worthy opponents. He has scored in three of his last five appearances and Cagliari will be fighting for the lives in the last round.
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