Alex Meret: he quickly bounced back from an uncharacteristic error and Napoli have had a stingy back-line at home, giving up multiple goals just once. They might be able to take advantage of the fact that Genoa’s best striker, Christian Kouame, will not be available. David Ospina also showed pretty well when called upon.
Stefan De Vrij: Inter have conceded in few games in a row, but Verona have struggled almightily to produce offensively and will be without one of their main weapons, Miguel Veloso. The Dutch defenders has been able to feed the strikers twice thanks to his strong passing game.
Francesco Acerbi: Lazio have allowed just four goals at home and three in the same game, versus Atalanta, so their defensive leader could be a good selection, even though Lecce are pesky. He recently scored a banger.
William Troost-Ekong: Udinese had a new coach bump despite not hiring a manager, but by simply getting rid of Igor Tudor and promoting Luca Gotti. Their back-line will be a in a pretty spot versus SPAL, as the Estensi have failed to score in their five road matches.
Jeremie Boga: he has been gliding past opponents like a roadrunner in the last few games, tallying a mind-blowing ten successful take-ons in Lecce. He has notched two goals and one assist in the last four games and has a manageable match-up with Bologna on hand.
Ruslan Malinovskyi: he is likely going to be the main beneficiary of Josip Ilicic’s suspension and in the worst-case scenario he will see good minutes off the bench. He was the only one to save face in the loss to Cagliari and he certainly possesses potential for fantasy points thanks to his sharp left foot. He is suddenly questionable due to a late issue: if he was out as well, they would rely very heavily on Alejandro Gomez.
Javier Pastore: Nicolò Zaniolo broke out of his domestic slump in a big way recently, now it could be his turn to cash in on a run of very good performance in the game against Parma, which have conceded in almost all their home fixtures.
Sandro Tonali: even though the choice of Fabio Grosso does not appear to be particularly sound, Brescia could get a spark out of the coaching change. Tonali has been their unquestioned best player so far. Torino showed some fight in the Derby, but they remain in a funk results-wise.
Ciro Immobile: the Serie A’s leading scorer will look to continue bagging goals in a choice match-up with Lecce, which have surrendered 21 so far.
Cristiano Ronaldo: in a season that can so far be described as just ‘good’ for his standards, he has weirdly been able to find the target only in home contests and Milan certainly does not have the most robust defence.
Arkadiusz Milik: Carlo Ancelotti is quite strangely keeping him fresh for Serie A plays and he has delivered in four games in a row and could do it again versus the League-worst back-line.
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