Serie A | Torino FC VS AC Milan; Sunday, 19 May at 02:45 GMT +8

Torino, after a 1-2 Serie A win over Hellas Verona, is hoping to win again after a poor attacking form. They have only scored four goals against opposing teams in their last six fixtures, with six goals against them. Torino has not won against AC Milan in their last two league matches, are undefeated in their last five home league matches, and have not won at home in the past three league matches. Their goal difference is currently at 57% possession.

AC Milan, who won a 5-1 Serie A match against Cagliari, will face Torino in a match with an average of 4 goals per fixture. They have 66% possession and 17 attempts on goal in their last match, with goals from Ismaël Bennacer, Christian Pulišić, Tijani Reijnders, and Rafael Leão. Cagliari, on the other hand, has 13 attempts at goal with 7 on target, with Nahitan Nández scoring for them. AC Milan’s recent results show they have not won away from home in their last two league matches and are undefeated in their last five away matches.

Torino and AC Milan have played two recent head-to-head matches, with Torino winning two and AC Milan winning three. The two teams have scored an average of 11 goals each, with 4 from Toro and 7 from AC Milan. The previous match was Serie A match day 2 on 26/08/2023, with AC Milan scoring 4-1. Torino had 8 attempts at goal and 1 on target, with the referee being Maurizio Mariani.

Torino’s Ivan Jurić will miss Koffi Djidji, Gvidas Gineitis, and Perr Schuurs due to injuries. The team is expected to use a 3-4-1-2 system in the match, starting with V. Milinković-Savić, Mergim Vojvoda, Matteo Lovato, Adam Masina, Raoul Bellanova, Adrien Tameze, Ivan Ilić, Ricardo Rodriguez, Samuele Ricci, Antonio Sanabria, and Duván Zapata.

Rossoneri is expected to start the game with a 4-2-3-1 system, featuring Mike Maignan, Davide Calabria, Fikayo Tomori, Malick Thiaw, Theo Hernandez, Yunus Musah, Ismaël Bennacer, Christian Pulisic, Tijjani Reijnders, Rafael Leão, and Olivier Giroud.

Predicted lineups:

Torino FC

Goalkeeper: Vanja Milinkovic-Savic
Defenders: Adam Masina, Matteo Lovato, Mergim Vojvoda
Midfielders: Ivan Ilic, Ricardo Rodriguez, Raoul Bellanova, Samuele Ricci, Adrien Tameze
Forwards: Antonio Sanabria, Duvan Zapata

AC Milan

Goalkeeper: Marco Sportiello
Defenders: Davide Calabria, Theo Hernandez, Fikayo Tomori, Malick Thiaw
Midfielders: Ismael Bennacer, Tijani Reijnders, Yunus Musah
Forwards: Olivier Giroud, Rafael Leao, Christian Pulisic

  • Torino FC – 2 wins
  • AC Milan– 3 wins
  • Draws –

Over all competition record

Serie A Standings

AC Milan and Torino are expected to score in a close match with little separating them, potentially leading to a 1-1 scoreline at full-time.

Winning probability:

Torino FC- 14%

Draw – 33%

AC Milan – 53%

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