Andrea Consigli: Sassuolo are not in their best period, but they have tightened up in the back and this week they will host a Fiorentina team that has managed to put it on goal just four times on the road, which is the worst clip in the League.
Joao Cancelo: he will try to stick it to the team that did not pick up the option to buy him this summer and the fact that Alex Sandro is unlikely to play will give him more opportunities on offence. Juventus have kept three clean sheets in a row.
Kevin Malcuit: he is always very active when he called upon and he should get the start against the lowly Frosinone.
Giovanni Di Lorenzo: he has much more room to attack as wing back in Giuseppe Iachini’s schemes and he was a high volume crosser even before the tactical switch. Bologna might be without their best striker Federico Santander on Sunday.
Joaquin Correa: he is one of the few things that are working for Lazio right now and will try to do damage against Sampdoria, which are mediocre on the road and run into many troubles the last time they visited Olimpico.
Rodrigo De Paul: Udinese will not be as explosive under Davide Nicola, but he put his name in the scoresheet in the last home game and Atalanta’s back-line has been very suspect away from home, having allowed 14 goals already.
Manuel Lazzari: SPAL are not great on the road, but he has picked up three assists in his last three appearances and the date with the lax Genoa defense is usually healthy for opposing offenses.
Gaston Ramirez: his arrow is pointing upwards after the goal against Bologna. He has the upper hand in the duel with Riccardo Saponara, as he has picked up points in five of his last six outings.
Krzysztof Piatek: his match in Turin was cut short because of Romulo’s red card, so he will be seeking revenge this weekend. Genoa will tangle with SPAL, which have conceded 12 goals in the last six road fixtures.
Arkadiusz Milik: fresh off a clutch goal against Atalanta, he should be given extended playing time against Frosinone and their second-worst defense in Serie A.
Roberto Inglese: Gervinho will be on the mend this week, so he will be the fulcrum of Parma’s attack versus Chievo and their sieve-like back-line. He buried a header at San Siro, making it two goals in the past three rounds for him.
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