Alban Lafont: Chievo can be an annoying opponent, especially lately, but they still have one of the least prolific attacks in the League, while Fiorentina have been able to keep three clean sheets in the past four road games. The young goalkeeper has been as good as advertised thus far.
Nicola Murru: Sampdoria have won three in a row at home, shutting down opponents twice, while Udinese have failed to score in their last three away fixtures. The ex Cagliari full-back has also been able to pick up some bonus points offensively here and there.
Giorgio Chiellini: it is not a great round for the top defences, but Juventus’ one has been statistically the most trustworthy, so it is better to go with one of them, despite the challenging match-up in Rome against Lazio, rather than relying on some exotic solutions. Chiellini is having his finest season yet.
Milan Skriniar: similarly to Juventus, Inter have been rock-solid and in the upcoming round they will do battle with usually enigmatic Torino attack.
Miha Zajc: it does not look like Antonino La Gumina will be ready for Monday, so he should draw another start as second-striker and might replicate the excellent showing he had in Cagliari, especially considering that Genoa have always conceded on the road.
Fabian Ruiz: he did not show up in the scoresheet, but versus Lazio he had one of the most dominating performances by a midfielder this season in Serie A. He is also no stranger to scoring on the road.
Alejandro Gomez: Roma are certainly a quality foe, but they do not have the most airtight defensive phase and the bonus points for Papu have generally arrived against the best teams.
Roberto Soriano: he had an encouraging outing in his debut with Bologna and they will have a major opportunity to bring home a win on Sunday against Frosinone. He slid into the Blerin Dzemaili role as offensive-minded box-to-box midfielders, hopefully with better results.
Fabio Quagliarella: he is one shy of tying Gabriel Omar Batistuta’s record for goals in consecutive matches and he will face off against one of his former team on Sunday. He is already on a run for the ages, but he has concrete shot at putting together an all-time one.
Khouma Babacar: the departure of Kevin-Prince Boateng makes him the leader of Sassuolo’s front-line, at least for the time being, and he could take advantage of a porous back-line like Cagliari’s one.
Roberto Inglese: Parma’s offensive tandem might be able to do some damage again since SPAL have been poor on the road and have allowed at least one goal there in basically all their matches there. The match-up might slightly favour him over Gervinho.
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