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Serie A Fantasy Best Teams to Target

In this article we take a look at the Serie A Fantasy best teams to target. Our usual contributor and expert manager @FPL_Crisk comes in to reel off the teams we should be buying into when we return after the international break.

Long-term planning during the international break can be massively beneficial when in comes to rank and mini-league position. Looking at the Serie A Fantasy best teams to target can aid us when planning transfers and captaincy for the run ahead.


After facing five top teams in the first 10 Rounds, Milan finally have a run of fixtures worthy of a double-up. Rotation could be a bit of an issue around UCL weeks if you’re fancying Pulisic (Chukwueze is now fully fit), but contrary to the last few years we don’t have midweek fixtures, which should make the calendar less exhausting for players like Theo Hernandez, Tomori and Leao.


In a bizarre turn of events, Lazio players went from being some of the best assets in the game last season, to becoming useless in the last few weeks. Fortunately, an amazing run of fixtures against sides like Salernitana, Cagliari, Verona and Empoli could turn things around for Zaccagni, Felipe Anderson and Luis Alberto. As far as fan favourite Ciro Immobile is concerned, I suggest to be careful as he’s much more prone to rotation this year than he was before.


As I’m writing this Sassuolo only just managed a draw against bottom of the table Salernitana, which will be very frustrating for Berardi owners due to his blank. I would not suggest selling him, though, his run of fixtures includes lower-table sides like Udinese, Empoli and Cagliari. And despite having to also face Roma and Milan, Serie A fans will know how much Sassuolo (and Berardi) love to perform against big teams. You can target this team, but I wouldn’t suggest going for anyone other than Berardi.


Lecce’s good run of fixtures stop in R17, but this doesn’t mean they can’t be worth a short term punt: Verona, Empoli, Bologna and Frosinone (the last two more difficult, but at home) are a set of teams against which I can see returns from both defensive and offensive players. Falcone is still between the best goalkeepers in the game at only 4.6m, while Krstovic (or Strefezza if he manages to find more space) can hold his own if you need attacking returns at a budget value.


While facing Napoli and Milan (but both at home) can be very tough in the short term, Atalanta are probably the most versatile team in terms of options. Their attacking assets can be found both as forwards and midfielders at various prices (Lookman as premium midfielder, Koopmeiners and Scamacca are both worth 7.0m in different positions, while Ederson is the cheap enabler who keeps it up with the premium guys). Defensively Scalvini, Kolasinac and Djimsiti are often very much worth their price. A double-up can feel like too much, but I wouldn’t mind benching one of their players in their toughest rounds.

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