The Serie A leaders AC Milan will be out to avoid three games without a win in the Serie A when they entertain Genoa at the San Siro Stadium on Friday as they vie for their first Serie A title since 2011.
Genoa’s sole aim is to escape relegation when they take a trip to face the league toppers.
The home team is massively hit with injuries Ismael Bennacer, Samu Castillejo, Ante Rebic and Alessio Romagnoli will all miss this match due to muscle injuries, Zlatan Ibrahimovic will not be available as well due to a knee injury.
Injury has also prevented the involvement of Zinho Vanheusden, Andrea Cambiaso, Lennart Czyborra, Nicolo Rovella, Stefano Sturaro and Riccardo Calafiori in the match against AC Milan
HEAD TO HEAD
Previous meetings have shown that AC Milan has a better record, the Milan team three of their last five matches against Genoa, one resulted in a draw and Alexander Blessin’s side claim a win in the five meetings.
The Rossoneri won just two of their last six games at the San Siro, their lead at the top of the table was cut two points, following successive goalless draws against Bologna and Torino, having previously won three games in a row before the back to back draws.
The relegation-threatened team is only three points adrift of safety with six games remaining in the Italian top-flight football.
Genoa has only won two Serie A games this season, a win against AC Milan will help their course to move out of the relegation zone.
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AC Milan 2-0 Genoa
AC Milan is supposed to put an end to their winless run against Genoa in a bid to maintain their top spot on the Serie A table.
Our experts at Moniebet.com are routing for a win for AC Milan in this clash.