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4 Sorare Serie A gems for Gameweek 377

Juventus could sneak back into the top five on the final weekend of the season with just two points separating them from Atalanta and Roma in the Europa League places going into Gameweek 377 on Sorare.

Juve have dropped down to seventh place following their points deduction but given the form of the two sides above them, have every chance of scraping back into the top five, while Spezia and Verona face tough challenges as they bid for survival in Serie A.

101 Great Goals has looked at the data to see which players you should consider picking for the week ahead in your Sorare Serie A team, analysing the most in-form players judging by their last five average scores and looked at who each player is to come up against in the next gameweek to suggest who you should pick in your side.


Pierluigi Gollini – vs Sampdoria (h)

Starved of football in the first half of the season, Gollini has come into the side in recent weeks and enjoyed his first run of games since the loan move from Atalanta. He has played three of the last four matches for Serie A champions Napoli, scoring moderately as they limp towards the end of the campaign with five goals conceded in their last three outings. However with a tie to come against bottom of the table and struggling Sampdoria, he will fancy a clean sheet to finish his loan stay and put his name in the shop window.


Lucas Martinez Quarta – vs Sassuolo (a)

Quarta has been in and out of the Fiorentina side this season, but with a Europa Conference League final on the horizon against West Ham, he is likely to keep the spot he has impressed in in recent weeks. He scored an 87 last week thanks to a clearance off the line in the 2-1 win over Roma and preceded that with a 62 in the draw with Torino. Quarta is not a guaranteed starter but if he gets his chance then he could be an outside bet to back.


Antonio Candreva – vs Cremonese (a)

A trip to face relegated Cremonese is a good way to end the season for Salernitana and in particular the in-form Candreva. The midfielder has been in fine form in recent weeks, netting three goals on the bounce and adding an assist for good measure in last week’s win over Udinese that saw him score 86. With seven goals and four assists to his name it has not been his most productive campaign, but the form he is showing suggests he is finishing in the best possible fashion and will fancy improving on his L5 average of 76.


Domenico Berardi – vs Fiorentina (h)


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Will Jackson

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