Thomas Strakosha: fresh off a saved penalty in the Udinese game, he could be able to take home few more bonus points against Chievo, which have scored just nine times on the road.
Jens Larsen: the two-game trip to the Nation’s Capital went poorly for Udinese, which were handled by both Roma and Lazio. However, they have had much success at home, while Sassuolo are pedestrian away and the fullback has been able to haul in points in six of the last eight tilts at the Friuli stadium.
Erick Pulgar: Bologna have nabbed three straight home wins, while Sampdoria are a bit seesawing on the road. The Chilean playmaker has drilled penalty in four of his last six appearances.
Ricardo Rodriguez: Parma are recovering some offensive elements, but they have been struck out in the last two contests and they rarely attack down the right flank, so the Swiss defender could have some room to operate on that wing.
Radja Nainggolan: he scored in Frosinone and it looks he is returning to his excellent pre-injury form. He has a bone to pick with Roma after last summer’s divorce and he was unable to play in the first match of the season.
Daniele Baselli: Torino have been able to keep few clean sheets on the road too and he recently found the back of the net in Florence. Genoa are in a tailspin so the opportunity will be there for him to produce at both ends.
Dries Mertens: he has notched three goals and three assists in the past five appearances and the match with Atalanta could have a high-paced nature, where he usually thrives. Piotr Zielinski is in the midst of a convincing run too.
Rade Krunic: Empoli’s second-best man will have a prominent role in the crunch game against SPAL, which have had their share of troubles on the road and have conceded in nine of the last ten fixtures there.
Ciro Immobile: he has not been super clinical lately, but he is always in the thick of things and the date with Chievo represents an ideal scenario for any striker since they have given up a myriad of goals.
Leonardo Pavoletti: Cagliari might put the finishing touches on yet another successful Serie A campaign in the Frosinone game and their marksman has found the target in the last two weeks. The Ciociari are tied for second-most goals allowed thus far.
Cristiano Ronaldo: after the disappointing ending of their European journey, Juventus need just a point against Fiorentina. The Portuguese ace is set to play in Serie A after missing six games with a thigh injury and rest purposes and he was very prolific before the absence.
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