Gianluigi Donnarumma: after few jew-dropping saves in Rome, he will try to keep a clean sheet against Cagliari, which have failed to score in three of their last four games and are in dire straits.
Bartosz Bereszynski: Sampdoria have not allowed a goal in their last three home fixtures and will try to keep it going against Frosinone, even though the foes have at times caught opponents by surprise on the road.
Timothy Castagne: Atalanta have a solid back-line at home, especially when facing the minnows, and the fullbacks have always a big role in the offensive schemes of Gian Piero Gasperini. Castagne, Hans Hateboer and Robin Gosens could be good picks in this round.
Ola Aina: Torino have an above average back-line when playing in front of their crowd and Udinese have failed to hit the net in their last road games. The wing game is crucial also in Walter Mazzarri’s schemes and also Lorenzo De Silvestri and Cristian Ansaldi have been producing there.
Sergej Milinkovic-Savic: Ciro Immobile and Luis Alberto are iffy due to injuries, Joaquin Correa is imperfect conditions, so Lazio will have to rely heavily on him versus Empoli, which have conceded in 19 straight matches. He will be fresh since he was suspended in the week-end and he has found the target twice in the last four games.
Nicolò Zaniolo: three goals and two assists in the last five games for Roma’s budding star, who will have good chances to deliver again in the date with Chievo.
Andrea Poli: Bologna are more offensive under Sinisa Mihajlovic and the match-up against the lousy Genoa back-line could be beneficial. He and Roberto Soriano could be in a nice spot.
Juraj Kucka: the provided two assists against Juventus and his playmaking ability makes him an interesting pick. There is also some clean sheet potential because Inter are sputtering offensively.
Cristiano Ronaldo: he is coming off one his best showings of the season and he could exploit the fact that Sassuolo have already crumbled once or twice thus far. He has scored in the last eight away fixtures.
Fabio Quagliarella: his streak was snapped, but Sampdoria, which have been great at home, will host Frosinone and their second-worst defence in the League, so he could return to scoresheet pretty quickly.
Krzysztof Piatek: he punished Napoli and Roma in his first two starts with the Rossoneri, now he will get to play in an easier match-up against Cagliari.
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