Juan Musso: only a late consolation goal denied him a clean sheet against Frosinone, while in this round he and Udinese might be able to take advantage of the fact that SPAL have already clinched the permanence in Serie A.
Nicola Murru: Sampdoria are not a reliable away team, but they will square off against Chievo and their league-worst attack. The fullback, who has put together a strong season, might be able to pick up some bonus points at the other end too. He might miss the game, so his replacement Bartosz Bereszysnki could be a sound choice, even though not as convicing.
Lorenzo De Silvestri: he collected two assists in the last game against Sassuolo and he has a deadly connection with Andrea Belotti, so Il Gallo’s strong form has benefitted him too. Empoli are fighting for their lives, but their defensive numbers are pedestrian at best.
Franck Kessie: Milan have shown some sturdiness in the last pair of fixtures and they have the date with the already relegated Frosinone on the docket. The Ciociari have given up few goals to box-to-box midfielders this season.
Joaquin Correa: he has rediscovered his stroke at the most opportune time for Lazio and played a major role in their successful Coppa Italia campaign. He scored last week in Cagliari too and he the other top-notch Lazio midfielders might exploit the fact that Bologna have conceded in five of their last six road games.
Miguel Veloso: Genoa need points out of the clash with Cagliari and he has had some strong showings since being paired with Ivan Radanovic in the midfield and the slightly more offensive role has allowed him to uncork more long-range shots than, some of which just barely missed the mark.
Ivan Perisic: he and Radja Nainggolan have been Inter’s driving forces in the last month and a half the winger has been excellent in the box, scoring four times in the last seven rounds.
Juraj Kucka: he might have an opportunity to deliver in both phases as Fiorentina have not found the target in a while and lost four in a row. He is the most intriguing one out of the Parma midfield due to his tallies, but he is a little banged up: in case he was absent, Matteo Scozzarella and Antonino Barillà are as flashy, but they get the job done and be could be fallback picks.
Stephan El Shaarawy: he has hit the net in the last two away tilts against Inter and Sampdoria and the bout with Sassuolo represents an even better scenario for him to do some damage on open spaces.
Fabio Quagliarella: he has continued scoring despite Sampdoria’s late-season swoon and his lead in the scorers’ chart is likely already safe, but since you never know the game against Chievo and their sieve-like defense could help him further pad his stats.
Krzysztof Piatek: he has never gone scoreless for more than five rounds in a row thus far and the date with Frosinone usually bodes well for strikers.
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