Gianluigi Donnarumma: Milan have not been great when it comes to keeping clean sheets, but they had a decent shot this week against the short-circuiting Fiorentina, which have managed to score just once in their last five fixtures.
Erick Pulgar: Bologna have won five games in a row at home, giving up a goal in just two of them, and more importantly the Chilean metronome has been a force of destruction on set pieces and could help them put the finishing touches on their late-season run to avoid relegation.
Timothy Castagne: he is coming off a mammoth goal against Lazio and Atalanta’s numerous defensive absences make the line-up clearer in advance. Everybody will have to step up offensively sans Alejandro Gomez and also Genoa is certainly not the most explosive squad.
Cedric Soares: he is set to fill in for the suspended Danilo D’Ambrosio in the Chievo match and he has some fantasy appeal thanks to his quality feet. The easiness of the match-up and the fact that Inter continue to lead the league in clean sheet do not hurt.
Suso: he finally snapped out of his drought against Bologna and he will have to shoulder a big burden with Lucas Paquetà suspended and Hakan Calhanoglu banged up. Fiorentina have pretty much always conceded in their last 12 fixtures.
Radja Nainggolan: he got a little stubborn with his long-range attempts in Udine, but he is one of the most in-form Inter players and, while there is some uncertainty about who will get the nod up front, he will surely start in the date with Chievo. He has found the target twice in the last month.
Amin Younes: he has been very exuberant when starting and the simultenous absences of Lorenzo Insigne and Dries Mertens should pave the way for that. There is not much at stake in either side in the clash with SPAL.
Rodrigo De Paul: he has not been very prolific in the last couple of months, but he has surely been very active and he is by far Udinese’s best player, so perhaps he could be able to take advantage of the match against the already-relegated Frosinone to take home some bonus points.
Andrea Belotti: the relentless striker has been able to hit the net in three of the last four home tilts and Torino will square off against Sassuolo this week, whose games are usually fast-paced, an environment where il Gallo thrives.
Fabio Quagliarella: Serie A’s top scorer and top point-getter could further bolster his resume against Empoli, which has been atrocious on the road both in terms of goal conceded and results.
Leonardo Pavoletti: he is coming a pretty goal against Napoli and will try to replicate it versus Lazio, which have given up at least a goal in five of the last in six of their last six road matches. Cagliari are generally sound at home.
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