Salvatore Sirigu: he is having a brilliant season and Milan’s attack has sputtered quite a bit lately, failing to score more than once in five straight contests.
Aleksandar Kolarov: the Giallorossi will be down some offensive pieces on Saturday, so they might rely more than usual on the veteran left back, who has often popped up in the stat sheet. Cagliari also have the second-worst road offense in the League.
Gianluca Mancini: he is poised to have an even more significant role since Rafael Toloi went down with an ankle injury. Udinese have bagged just 12 goals in away games thus far and the Italian youngster has already done a lot of damage attacking on set pieces.
Kevin Bonifazi: the SPAL back-line might be able to take advantage of Genoa’s offensive woes, as the enemies have found the target just once in the past five fixtures. He too has recently scored a header.
Riccardo Orsolini: he has been Bologna’s most prolific offensive player in the past couple of months, picking up bonus points in eight consecutive appearances. Empoli have been undone by their leakiness.
Juraj Kucka: Parma might again be without both Gervinho and Roberto Inglese and therefore they might lean heavily on their third banana, who has slowed down after a strong start but will have a good bounce-back opportunity in the game versus Chievo.
Joaquin Correa: he finally broke out of his slump in Coppa Italia and he will inevitably have a massive role in the clash with Sampdoria, since Sergej Milinkovic-Savic and Luis Alberto are suspended. On the other side, Gregoire Defrel could exploit Lazio’s inability to keep clean sheets.
Dries Mertens: he has been the only real trustworthy Napoli player recently, as he has registered four goals and three assists in the last six matches so, either starting or coming off the bench, he could be a valuable pick against the doomed Frosinone.
Andrea Petagna: he added two more to his seasonal resume in the pivotal encounter with Empoli and he will likely show up again versus the reeling Genoa.
Duvan Zapata: he has logged five goals and two helpers in the previous six appearances, while Udinese have pretty much been a colander on the road under every coach.
Federico Chiesa: Fiorentina are not particularly reliable, but Sassuolo have given up at least a goal in the last six away matches and they never bunker up, so Chiesa and Luis Muriel will have some room to maneuver on Monday night.
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