The Serie A in Italy is back in full swing, with football fanatics attentively watching to see who’s in form and who’s caught off guard ahead of the anticipated matches.
Saturday’s matches feature a face-off between Genoa and Torino, both in an impressive form with reliable defences. Although Torino has the technical advantage, Genoa is expected to present a challenge.
As stipulated by the fantasy football-enthusiastic informer, Buongiorno is an obvious selection, being a regular player with a good record, according to the Italian source. Other players who might surprise with their performances, as per advice given to the ‘intuitive’ fantasy football player, include Frendrup and Messias.
On the same day, Napoli, currently in a slump, is pitted against Salernitana. Despite Napoli being the forerunner on paper, this might be an opportune moment for Salernitana, who’s last in line. Fantasy players are suggested to keep an eye on Gollini and Costil.
Later on, Verona and Empoli enter the field. With Verona potentially out for blood after their recent loss, and Empoli holding the weakest Serie A offense, it is unlikely that spectators will enjoy a spectacular match.
The day closes with Monza facing off against Inter. Despite experiencing a challenging period, Inter remains a strong contender.
Sunday’s highlights include Lazio versus Lecce, with Lazio riding the wave of three consecutive league wins. Other matches include Cagliari against Bologna, and Fiorentina battling it out with Udinese.
One of the most awaited matches of the day is Milan versus Roma, both teams licking their wounds from their recent national cup exit.
The weekend concludes with Atalanta, heavily favoured, taking on Frosinone. A match anticipated to be tough for Frosinone, who are in a severe form crisis.
The fantasy football line-ups suggested by the source for these matches include prominent players like Barella, Carboni, Maldini, Rovella, Isaksen, Baschirotto, Scuffet, Posch, De Silvestri, Martinez Quarta, Lovric, Brekalo, Hernandez, El Shaarawy, Paredes, Scamacca, Reinier, Tourè, Locatelli, Boloca and Laurientè.
Fans are eager to see how these games will unfold, as teams vie for dominance and players fight to make their mark on the field.