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Serie A: Parma 0:1 AC Milan - match report
2.12 || webmaster

Scorer: Theo Hernandez 88 (M)

Theo Hernandez made the most of a lucky ricochet in the final minutes to give Milan a much-needed victory at the Stadio Tardini.

The Rossoneri were still struggling badly with one win in Stefano Pioli’s six matches since replacing Marco Giampaolo, so they were behind Parma in the table going into the Tardini.

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Serie A: AC Milan 1:1 Napoli - match report
24.11 || webmaster

Scorers: Lozano 23 (N), Bonaventura 28 (M)

Giacomo Bonaventura’s scorcher earned Milan a point, but Napoli had more possession and scoring opportunities at San Siro in a draw that pleases nobody.

These were the two sides whose tallies were worse off compared to last season, as Napoli were on 19 points (28 by this stage in 2018-19) and Milan 13 (21). The Rossoneri were scrabbling in the bottom half of the table after losing three of their previous four games, with Hakan Calhanoglu and Ismael Bennacer suspended. Suso pulled out in the warm-up, so with Samu Castillejo, Fabio Borini, Leo Duarte and Ricardo Rodriguez injured, Ante Rebic stepped in.

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Serie A: Juventus 1:0 AC Milan - match report
14.11 || webmaster

Scorers: Dybala 77 (J)

Milan had the better chances for most of the game in Turin, but Paulo Dybala gave Juventus victory with a moment of magic after replacing Cristiano Ronaldo.

The Bianconeri had Ronaldo and Matthijs de Ligt pass fitness tests, as only Giorgio Chiellini was a long-term absentee, but needed a win to recapture the top spot after Inter’s win on Saturday. Stefano Pioli’s men missed Mateo Musacchio, Samu Castillejo and Fabio Borini, but Suso returned after a hip issue.

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Serie A: AC Milan 1:2 Lazio - match report
5.11 || webmaster

Scorers: Immobile 25 (L), Bastos og 28 (M), Correa 83 (L)

Lazio ended their 30-year wait for a Serie A victory at San Siro, as Ciro Immobile and Joaquin Correa beat Milan 2-1 and put the Aquile in joint fourth place.

Stefano Pioli got his first win on the Rossoneri bench in a midweek 1-0 result with SPAL, but lost Suso and Mateo Musacchio to injury. He transformed the midfield, dropping Franck Kessie and Lucas Biglia for Rade Krunic and Ismael Bennacer. The Biancocelesti had a full squad to choose from after their 4-0 thrashing of Torino and a victory would put them joint fourth with Atalanta and Cagliari.

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Serie A: AC Milan 2:2 Lecce - match report
21.10 || webmaster

Scorers: Calhanoglu 20 (M), Babacar 52 (L), Piatek 81 (M), Calderoni 92 (L)

Stefano Pioli’s Milan debut was going well with Hakan Calhanoglu’s goal and assist for Krzysztof Piatek, but Marco Calderoni’s stoppage-time scorcher gave Lecce a 2-2 draw.

Pioli marked his debut – and his birthday – as Milan sacked Marco Giampaolo after four defeats in the opening seven rounds. Davide Calabria and Samu Castillejo were suspended, with Giacomo Bonaventura and Mattia Caldara injured, but misfiring Krzysztof Piatek was dropped in favour of Rafael Leao in a 4-3-3 formation. Lucas Paqueta and Franck Kessie swapped sides, so the Ivorian could protect the left side of defence when Theo Hernandez pushed forward.

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Serie A: Genoa 1:2 AC Milan - match report
7.10 || webmaster

Scorers: Schone 41 (G), Theo Hernandez 51 (M), Kessie pen 57 (M)

Pepe Reina was hero, villain and hero again for Milan in a 2-1 win away to Genoa, making up for his howler with a stoppage-time penalty save with both teams down to 10 men.

This was the Last Chance Saloon for both Aurelio Andreazzoli and Marco Giampaolo after disastrous results left Genoa with five points and Milan six going into the game. Marko Pajac stepped in for injured Antonio Barreca, but the Rossoneri revamped their side with Leo Duarte in for suspended Mateo Musacchio, Lucas Biglia and even Jack Bonaventura starting, the Italian’s first full game since October 25, 2018.

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Serie A: AC Milan 1:3 Fiorentina - match report
1.10 || webmaster

Scorers: Pulgar pen 14 (F), Castrovilli 66 (F), Ribery 78 (F), Leao 80 (M)

Milan plunged into full-blown crisis mode after a humiliating 3-1 home defeat to Fiorentina, which saw Mateo Musacchio sent off and Gianluigi Donnarumma save a penalty.

For the first time this season, Marco Giampaolo picked the same XI twice, making no changes from the side that played well for an hour against Torino on Thursday only to lose 2-1. The pressure was building after three defeats in the opening five rounds, especially against . The Viola also made no adjustments after finally ending their 18-round winless streak by beating Sampdoria 2-1 midweek.

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Serie A: Torino 2:1 AC Milan - match report
27.9 || webmaster

Scorers: Piatek pen 18 (M), Belotti 71, 76 (T)

Milan dominated the first half and took the lead with a penalty, but Andrea Belotti’s five-minute brace turned it all around for Torino.

Both sides were coming off disappointing defeats and revamped their line-ups. Simone Verdi was given his first start for Toro as trequartista behind Simone Zaza and Andrea Belotti. Theo Hernandez, Ismael Bennacer and Rafael Leao were brought into the Rossoneri XI, Marco Giampaolo moving to a 4-3-3 formation.

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Serie A: AC Milan 0:2 Inter - match report
22.9 || webmaster

Scorers: Brozovic 49 (I), Lukaku R 78 (I)

Gianluigi Donnarumma performed heroics and the woodwork denied Inter three times, but Milan still lost the derby 2-0 with Marcelo Brozovic and Romelu Lukaku goals.

Antonio Conte’s men were the favourites coming in and the only Serie A side with a 100 per cent record after three rounds, but Danilo D’Ambrosio stepped in for not fully fit Antonio Candreva and Diego Godin returned after he was rested for the 1-1 Champions League draw with Slavia Prague. Milan introduced Andrea Conti for suspended Davide Calabria, but the real surprise was Rafael Leao given his first start after just a 15-minute substitute appearance against Udinese on August 25.

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Verona vs AC Milan – match preview
9.9 || webmaster

AC Milan has been struggling to find the perfect form in the last few years. And even though the team had some good games and important wins, the big problem is the consistency. There are many speculations as to what went wrong and how to fix the problems. One thing is for sure though, the transition period will require some patience and smart leadership.

The season start has not been that kind for Milan. They were struggling in the summer friendlies, losing against Bayern (1-0), Benfica (0-1), and Manchester United (2-2 [5-4]). Their only win was against Feronikeli (0-2).

Everybody thought that the problems would fade with the start of Serie A. Milan’s first game against Cesena ended with a draw, they lost against Udinese but came out victorious against Brescia. Even though they have a pretty unstable record, it is still the start of the season, and judging by their style of play, the team will improve massively.

With that being said, let’s see what are Milan’s odds against Verona, what is Verona’s record against Milan, and what is the possible outcome.

Milan’s odds Against Verona

Considering the rocky start of the season, Milan’s odds of winning the game are 8/13. Verona’s odds on the other side, are 9/2, and the odds for a draw are 14/5. If you are open to betting on goals, or if you want to try your luck on live betting, the betting lines at 888 sportsbook are really good.

Verona vs AC Milan Record

So far, Milan and Verona have crossed paths 36 times in two tournaments, the Serie A and Coppa Italia. Half of those games were played at San Siro and the other half at Stadio Marc'Antonio Bentegodi. The Serie A was their most visited battlefield, 34 out of the 36 games were played in the league. In those 34 games, AC Milan came out as victorious on 26 occasions. Verona registered 2 wins, and 6 matches resulted with a draw.

In Coppa Italia, the two teams only played 2 games. Milan won 1 game, and the second game was a draw. All in all, out of the 36 games, AC Milan was the better side 27 times, 7 games resulted in a draw, and Verona won 2 times. The total amount of goals that Milan scored was 71 and conceded another 25.

With that being said, Milan is the obvious favourite in the game. Some of the players are eager to prove themselves, which is a big plus for the team’s overall mentality.

Injuries and Suspensions

Currently, Milan has 3 players that will probably be unavailable for the game against Verona. Mattia Caldara suffered a cruciate ligament rupture in May, and he is expected to return towards the final week of November. Theo Hernandez is also off the list. He suffered a capsular rupture in his ankle, but he is likely to return for the match. Lucas Biglia is last on the list, he has adductor problems since the end of August. The player does not have an expected return date. No players have been suspended and hopefully, the list of injured players will not be bigger by the next week.

Serie A: AC Milan 1:0 Brescia - match report
2.9 || webmaster

Scorer: Calhanoglu 12 (M)

Hakan Calhanoglu’s early header proved enough for Milan to get the first points of the season, beating Brescia with surprise changes to their line-up.

Coach Marco Giampaolo transformed his side after a 1-0 defeat to Udinese, dropping Lucas Paqueta, Fabio Borini and above all Krzysztof Piatek, giving Andre Silva a shock start when he had been on the market all summer. He also changed his trademark 4-3-1-2 formation to a Christmas Tree shape, with new buy Ismael Bennacer’s first start, but Lucas Biglia, Pepe Reina, Theo Hernandez and Mattia Caldara were still injured. The Rondinelle won their opener at Cagliari and welcomed Ernesto Torregrossa back from injury.

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Serie A: SPAL 2:3 AC Milan - match report
28.5 || webmaster

Scorers: Calhanoglu 18 (M), Kessie 23, pen 66 (M), Vicari 27 (S), Fares 53 (S)

Milan won a chaotic 3-2 thriller at the Stadio Mazza against a plucky SPAL, but it’s not enough to earn a Champions League spot, as Inter and Atalanta also won.

The Rossoneri went into the final round in fifth place, one point behind both Atalanta and Inter, so they needed a result here and for at least one of the others to slip up. Lucas Paqueta was still suspended, with Davide Calabria, Mattia Caldara, Ivan Strinic and Jack Bonaventura injured, so Ignazio Abate made his final appearance in a Milan jersey. SPAL missed Dias Felipe, Vasco Regini, Lorenzo Dickmann, Pasquale Schiattarella and Alberto Paloschi, but started their strongest available XI.

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Serie A: AC Milan 2:0 Frosinone - match report
20.5 || webmaster

Scorers: Piatek 57 (M), Suso 66 (M)

Milan were made to work very hard for the three points against Frosinone, as Gianluigi Donnarumma saved a penalty before Krzysztof Piatek and Suso goals.

The Rossoneri needed to take advantage of a kind fixture list, as Roma drew, Torino lost, while Inter and Atalanta had very difficult trips to Napoli and Juventus, so registered a third straight victory. They are now mathematically qualified for at least the Europa League.

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Serie A: Fiorentina 0:1 AC Milan - match report
14.5 || webmaster

Scorer: Calhanoglu 35 (M)

Milan kept themselves in the race for a top four finish with Hakan Calhanoglu’s glancing header, but sent Fiorentina to a fifth straight defeat.

The pressure was on the Rossoneri, as Atalanta beat Genoa 2-1 earlier this afternoon, so a win was needed to stay within three points of the Champions League spots. Lucas Paqueta started his three-match ban for slapping the referee’s hand away, while Lucas Biglia, Davide Calabria, Mattia Caldara, Ivan Strinic and Jack Bonaventura were injured. Alessio Romagnoli returned from suspension and Tiemoue Bakayoko started, as he was ‘forgiven’ after a touchline row with Gennaro Gattuso.

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Serie A: Torino 2:0 AC Milan - match report
1.5 || webmaster

Scorers: Belotti pen 58 (T), Berenguer 69 (T)

Torino won the crunch match with Milan – their first Serie A victory against them since 2001 – to leapfrog the Rossoneri and push them down to sixth.

This was a surprising showdown for Champions League football, as Toro were only three points behind and a win would give them a superior head-to-head record. A victory was also essential for the Rossoneri, as Roma had already beaten Cagliari and are now in fourth place.

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Coppa Italia, 2nd leg: AC Milan 0:1 (0:1 agg) Lazio - match report
26.4 || webmaster

Scorer: Correa 58 (L)

Lazio reach their third Coppa Italia Final in five years, as Joaquin Correa’s counter-attack beat Milan at San Siro and on aggregate.

They’ll face the winners of tomorrow night’s Atalanta-Fiorentina semi-final.

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Serie A: Parma 1:1 AC Milan - match report
22.4 || webmaster

Scorers: Castillejo 69 (M), Bruno Alves 87 (P)

Milan’s Champions League ambitions are under threat after a disappointing 1-1 draw away to Parma, as the Bruno Alves free kick wiped out a Samu Castillejo header.

The Rossoneri consolidated fourth place last week, but remained only one point clear of Roma, with Atalanta and Lazio also within reach. Gianluigi Donnarumma and Andrea Conti returned to the starting XI after injury problems, though Lucas Paqueta was still struggling. Parma had Gervinho and Bruno Alves back, although Roberto Inglese, Jonathan Biabiany, Francisco Sierralta and Alberto Grassi remained on the treatment table.

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Serie A: AC Milan 1:0 Lazio - match report
14.4 || webmaster

Scorer: Kessie pen 80 (M)

Lazio had the better of the first half and hit the woodwork, but Milan snatched a precious victory to retain fourth place after a Franck Kessie penalty.

This was a head-to-head for that fourth and final Champions League spot, although neither side was in good form going in, with Roma and Atalanta providing stiff competition. Gianluigi Donnarumma, Lucas Paqueta and Jack Bonaventura were still out of action, so Fabio Borini was again chosen to complete the trident attack. The visitors, who have a game in hand to be played against Udinese, missed Stefan Radu, Adam Marusic, Valon Berisha, Jordan Lukaku and suspended Milan Badelj.

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Serie A: Juventus 2:1 AC Milan - match report
9.4 || webmaster

Scorers: Piatek 40 (M), Dybala pen 60 (J), Kean 84 (J)

Krzysztof Piatek had put Milan in front, but Paulo Dybala’s penalty and yet another goal from Moise Kean completed the Juventus comeback.

If Napoli lose to Genoa tomorrow, then the Bianconeri will mathematically earn their eighth consecutive Scudetto.

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Serie A: AC Milan 1:1 Udinese - match report
2.4 || webmaster

Scorers: Piatek 44 (M), Lasagna 65 (U)

Krzysztof Piatek’s opener was cancelled out by a classic Kevin Lasagna counter-attack, as injury-hit Milan were held by Udinese at San Siro.

The Rossoneri changed system after two consecutive defeats to Inter and Sampdoria, which put their Champions League participation in peril. Suso was dropped with Diego Laxalt and Ignazio Abate coming in, but above all Lucas Paqueta was turned into a trequartista behind Krzysztof Piatek and Patrick Cutrone in a 4-3-1-2. Udinese were revitalised by new Coach Igor Tudor, who beat Genoa 2-0 on his debut at the weekend, but Sandro and Jens Stryger-Larsen were suspended with Bram Nuytinck, Marco D’Alessandro and Antonin Barak injured.

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