The formation for the 29th day of the Serie A championship will not be easy to field: a session that begins tomorrow at 12.30 with the advance scheduled between Milan and Sampdoria. Then seven games at the same time as in the old days, and the postponements at 6 pm (Turin-Juventus) and at 8.45 pm (Bologna-Inter). In anticipation of the many doubts that will torment the fantasy coaches, here the 5 attackers to be deployed. Lots of races can give you lots of bonuses.
Fantasy Football Tips Day 29, 5 forwards to be deployed
Here it is five strikers to be deployed on this day of Fantasy Football. In the meantime, read also the strikers we did not recommend for the 29th matchday of Serie A.
- Luis Muriel – The most classic goal of the former could come against Udinese. By now everyone has understood that it must be deployed regardless of its ownership or not. His speed could be devastating against the slow Friulian rearguard. Another factor not to be underestimated is the rigorist of the Goddess.
- Ciro Immobile – Two goals scored in the national team, now he has to find the way of the net also in the league which has been missing for too long for a top-notch bomber like him. Lazio-Spezia could also be the match of his relaunch in a fantasy football perspective.
- Lorenzo Insigne – He has reached total football maturity, by now an essential beacon of Gattuso’s Napoli. At home, against the most beaten defense in the league, he could make sparks.
- Lautaro Martinez – Fishing between him and Lukaku this weekend is a bit like the story “do you love Mum or Dad more?”. Danilo and Soumaoro could suffer from the mobility of the Argentine striker, and even Ravaglia between the posts is not a great certainty for the Bolognese. Statistics are on his side this year, he will not disappoint you.
- Pedro – A name certainly less popular among fantasy coaches in the last period. But Pedro remains a footballer with immense class and who wants to redeem a fairly dark period. A Sassuolo remodeled against Roma could suffer from it and not a little.
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