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Serie A Fantasy Round 37 Top Picks

After some interesting twists and turns in the latest round we look ahead. There are some great fixtures to attack this week. So, we bring in our regular contributor @FPL_Crisk to reel off his Serie A Fantasy Round 37 Top Picks.

@FPL_Crisk has become one of the most respected and seasoned managers in the world. Because of this checking out his Serie A Fantasy Round 37 Top Picks could be extremely beneficial, not just for the round fixtures ahead but also for long-term planning.

Goalkeepers – Michele Di Gregorio (€6.0m – 9.7%)

He was much more consistent earlier in the season, but Frosinone at home is a good enough fixture for Monza to give the Italian goalkeeper a good chance for a clean sheet. Monza might have nothing left to play for, but Di Gregorio wants to compete for a spot at the EUROs and will need to play at his best in order to be preferred to the likes of Meret and Provedel (Donnarumma and Vicario will surely be called up).

Lorenzo Montipò (€4.8m – 14.7%)

Verona are not mathematically safe from relegation, yet. Their best chance to make sure they play once again in Serie A next season is this weekend against bottom of the table Salernitana, and Montipò is the best pick from their defence.

Defenders – Theo Hernandez (€6.8m – 55.9%)

He was rested against Cagliari, and I hardly doubt he sits on the bench two weeks in a row. Most premium teams have a difficult fixture during this round, which makes Theo a stand-out option against a Torino side which have scored only two goals in the last five rounds.

Nehuen Perez (€4.2m – 6.7%)

When he plays, he usually stays on the pitch for the whole game and is able to get clean sheet points for both halves of the game. Especially for a team able to stall the game to a draw (Udinese leads with 18 draws this season), and at home against a weak Empoli side.

Midfielders – Rafa Leao (€11.6m – 70.4%)

A second half cameo was enough for the Portuguese to both score and assist one goal against Cagliari during the weekend. In the reverse fixture against Torino he also managed to get points for an assist and a penalty earned, so we might expect a very good performance in his last away game of the season.

Tijjani Noslin (€4.8m – 0.2%)

Four goals, two assists and two penalties earned are nothing to laugh about if you consider a player who joined the competition at the end of January. Even more impressive is the fact that he plays for a weaker side like Verona. Noslin has been a key player for his team, always very involved in the attack and also a decent threat on set pieces.

Forwards – Romelu Lukaku (€9.4m – 38.0%)

I tend to put Lukaku on the list when Roma face weaker sides, as I tend to consider the Belgian attacker as a flat-track bully. Genoa are no pushovers by any means, but with nothing on the line I can see Lukaku scoring at least one goal.

Andrea Pinamonti (6.2m – 22.9%)

Sassuolo need points and goals like they need oxygen to breathe. After suffering a comeback defeat against Torino, no more false steps are allowed: it’s now or never for them against Cagliari in order to avoid relegation. For this reason I’m suggesting Pinamonti, who’s on penalties.

I wanted to also suggest Lauriente, whose quick feet and agility can make the difference this late into the season, but I ran out of midfielders so I’m just shouting him out here in Pinamonti’s space.

We picked out the top 10 players expected to get the most points in FPL Gameweek 38 here.

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