Wojciech Szczesny: the Juventus back-line has given up few cheap goals, but never more than once since the last round , which at least does hurt fantasy owners, and, statistically, it is still the second-best in the Peninsula. Torino have failed to hit the net in three of the last four games.
Marash Kumbulla: the young defender has been a revelation so far and he has been the leader of what has been quite surprisingly Serie A’s stoutest defence so far, allowing just eight goals so far. Brescia have not scored more than once since the third round.
Francesco Vicari: SPAL are pretty decent at home and have a choice match-up on tap versus Sampdoria, which have had the second least effective offense in the League. Vicari has been the Estensi’s most consistent defender.
Dalbert: Parma struggled against Verona without a reference point and, while in Florence they could be opportunistic like versus Inter, La Viola’s back-line is in a pretty good spot despite the absences of Pol Lirola and German Pezzella.
Nicolò Zaniolo: he is streaky and the three goals in a row, including Europa League, confirm it. Napoli’s defence has left a lot to be desired when facing quality adversaries.
Joaquin Correa: he found the target in his last two starts and will be back in the XI in this one. Milan have given up at least a goal in six of their last seven contests and in general they allow the opponents to have the upper hand way too much.
Antonio Candreva: he took it up a notch in the last few outings and, with Danilo D’Ambrosio hurt and Valentino Lazaro struggling in his debut, he has no competition on the right flank. He will have an opportunity to pick up points at both ends in an okay match-up against Bologna.
Filip Djuricic: Roberto De Zerbi is giving him more run and he rewarded him by delivering big time in two of the last three matches. Lecce surely are not the most robust opponent. Jeremie Boga is also on fire for the Neroverdi.
Christian Kouame: two goals in a row for the Ivorian attacker and, considering the current state of Udinese, it is a sound idea to select some offensive players from Genoa. He is their most intriguing one.
Luis Muriel: he did not hit the net in Naples, but only because he played 18 minutes. He will start against Cagliari and, considering his average, changes are he will be able to put his name in the scoresheet despite the solid opponent.
Federico Chiesa: he has to carry a bigger load with Franck Ribery on the stands and he might be able to turn that into fantasy points against Parma, which have always conceded in their four road games.
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