Kick-off: Saturday, 9 April @19:45 GMT
Venue: Stadio Giuseppe Meazza (Milano)
Head to head record
Juventus vs Milan 1-0 (2015/2016 Serie A)
Juventus vs Milan 3-1 (2014/2015 Serie A)
Milan vs Juventus 0-1 (2014/2015 Serie A)
Milan vs Juventus 0-2 (2013/2014 Serie A)
Juventus vs Milan 3-2 (2013/2014 Serie A)
Milan vs Juventus prediction
Stadio Giuseppe Meazza will host the most interesting match in round 32 of the Serie A. La Vecchia Signora are coming for their seventh consecutive triumph against the Rossoneri, but Milan tend to further their undefeated run on home soil.
Sinisa Mihajlovic under a lot of pressure
Milan are going through a difficult period. With a single Serie A victory in their previous six fixtures, i Rossoneri will most certainly miss the Champions League once again, since they now trail fourteen points behind high-flying Roma. The Serbian manager was furious after the defeat against Atalanta in the previous round and left the entire team in the training camp until the clash against Juventus. If the team from Lombardy record a defeat against the Old Lady this Saturday, it is supposed that will be the end of Mihajlovic, since Berlusconi is far from satisfied with his results this term. We will see whether Miha will be able to outsmart Allegri in the forthcoming encounter, but, bearing in mind Milan’s negative run against the team from Turin and the fact that their offense have been rather futile of recent, it is hard to believe i Rossoneri will be able to find a crack in Juventus’ rock-solid defense.
Sinisa Mihajlovic will be without the likes of Mbaye Niang and Philipe Mexes, who are injured, while Andrea Bertolacci is suspended. Ricardo Montolivo is a doubt due to his thigh injury.
The Old Lady seem practically unbeatable
Massimiliano Allegri discovered a perfect winning formula in this season’s Serie A. After a rather slow start, la Vecchia Signora have been unbeatable since October, mostly thanks to their outstanding defenders, who rarely allow the opposition to endanger Gianluigi Buffon, helping their captain to break the record for minutes played without conceding in Serie A matches. The forwards have been doing their part of the job, failing to net a goal just once in the spell. In the absence of Paulo Dybala, Alvaro Morata and Mario Mandzukic continued to terrorize their opponents, with the help of Paul Pogba. The France international has been displaying amazing performances throughout the season and will be the main target of several mayor clubs this summer. Juventus’ recent encounters with Milan were flawless, again thanks to their defenders, since they capitulated just once in their previous four matches. Provided they keep up the good work this Saturday evening, we could expect yet another triumph of the visitors.
Giorgio Chiellini (thigh) and Martin Caceres (Achilles tendon injury) are in the recovery room. Sami Khedira is serving his suspension, while Paulo Dybala awaits the final decision of the medical team.
- Milan are looking for their first home victory against Juventus since 2012
- I Rossoneri are on a six-game losing streak against the Old Lady
- Sinisa Mihajlovic’s men failed to win in their last four Serie A fixtures
- La Vecchia Signora boast a 20-1-0 record in the league since the end of October
- Allegri’s side won ten of their last eleven away matches (D1)
Milan vs Juventus betting tip
Even though Milan proved to be a tough nut to crack on home soil this term, it is hard to believe they are capable of recording a positive outcome in their match against Juventus. The Old Lady have been almost flawless on the road in recent matches and I will back the visitors in this clash.
Tip: Juventus to win
Odds: 2.20 (6/5) @Coral
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