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Serie A Fantasy Round 37 Best Differentials

In this new article we take a look at some of the Serie A Fantasy Round 37 best differentials. Our regular and expert fantasy manager @FPL_Crisk reels off several players who he thinks can help you gain both rank and an edge against your mini-league rival.

Gaining rank can be one of the most challenging things in any fantasy game. But, our experts differentials for Serie A Fantasy Round 37 can help with exactly that. All of the following differentials have less than 10% ownership, so, lets dive in.

Marco Carnesecchi (€5.4m – 5.0%)

Carnesecchi wasn’t the main starter for Atalanta at the beginning of the season, and was in fact priced at 4.4m. Now he is pretty much nailed and will defend the Goddess’ posts against an already safe (and very defensive) Lecce.

Yerry Mina (€4.4m – 2.6%)

Cagliari find themselves one point above relegation and need every point they can get. The Colombian is proving himself very crucial as of late. Not only did he score against Lecce but he also converted a penalty against Juventus. Both goals were decisive to gain important points to keep Cagliari’s head just above water. The match against Sassuolo will be a season decider.

Armand Lauriente (€7.4m – 5.9%)

Speaking of Sassuolo, if you feel like they will get the best of Cagliari as they need the three points even more, Lauriente is likely the guy for the job. He scored in their massive win against Inter and has recently moved out of position as a second striker in a 3-5-2 formation. Sassuolo are also playing at home, and this late into the season quick and athletic players like the Frenchman can often be the decision makers.

Lorenzo Pellegrini (€9.0m – 5.2%)

His price probably prevents him from being owned as much as other assets. When De Rossi took over, he had a great run of form. Now he’s provided way less, but that is also due to Roma’s awful run of fixtures which included Atalanta, Juve, Napoli and Bologna. The last two games against Genoa and Empoli are great to jump back on their top players.

Tijani Noslin (€4.8m – 0.2%)

I put him in the top picks article too because I have been extremely impressed by his performances this season. The match against Salernitana (already relegated), which could be the deciding factor in Verona’s chances to stay in Serie A is too good of an opportunity to pass on.

Milan Đurić (€5.0m – 2.8%)

Completely out of nowhere, he scored three goals in the last two games against very respectable opponents like Lazio and Fiorentina. With Zirkzee injured and an easy fixture against Frosinone, he could represent a great opportunity to try to gain some late ranks.

Honourable Mentions

Stefan Posch (8.7%) doesn’t have the greatest fixture against Juventus but Bologna are defensive enough for a punt.

Evan Ndicka (4.5%) is a solid way to get into Roma’s defence if he manages to keep his place in the lineup away from Smalling.

Stefan De Vrij (4.2%) is a nailed Inter defender if Acerbi stays injured.

Many expert players went for Roberto Pereyra (1.1%) when Udinese had a double Round, so Lazar Samardzic (6.5%) is probably the best player which could profit from Udinese’s great fixture while at the same time trying to gain rank on expert managers.

Matteo Pessina (4.3%) is the main penalty taker for Monza, which makes him as good a pick as Djuric.


Check out some of the best picks to buy in Serie A Fantasy Round 37 here.

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