AC Milan (@3.0) vs Lazio (@2.4)
04-11-2019

Our Prediction:

Lazio will win

AC Milan – Lazio Match Prediction | 04-11-2019 14:45

Ciro Immobile has scored 14 goals in Serie A this season, and a 15th here and it would be worth his weight in gold. Lazio are currently in 7th, 3 points behind AC Milan, but they do have the advantage of playing a game less, so if they were to win that, theyd leapfrog into joint 4th. Can Lazio win at the San Siro for the 2nd time in two weeks? Therefore, this shows the importance of this clash, and it really is a six pointer in every sense.

As a result, he signed a permanent deal with the Black Cats in August 2015. The Italian striker spent the 2013/2014 season on loan at Sunderland and he scored seven goals in 32 appearances for the Stadium of Light outfit. On 9 July 2012 Fabio Borini completed a transfer to Liverpool, but he had a pretty disappointing start to his career at Anfield, scoring just two goals in 25 appearances for the club.

Lazio are in the same boat as AC Milan, as they come into this fixture off the back of a couple of really disappointing results. They were underdogs to claim a top four spot, but their win at the San Siro, this time against Inter Milan, put them in a fantastic position. However, they followed up that result with a loss at SPAL, and then salvaging a late draw at home to Sassuolo.

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They should be able to hurt a Milan side who look shaky at the back, while the hosts have lost all of their clashes with sides above them in the league so far. Lazio have also excelled in front of goal lately, hitting 15 goals across their last five league matches. As a result, we are backing Lazio to claim all three points when they visit San Siro on Sunday night. The Rossoneri are built to take out smaller sides, but losses here to Inter Milan and Fiorentina show how easily Milan are pulled apart.

Therefore, any right call on this one will be able to pocket a fair bit of cash. To boost your odds on that, you can add a first player to make it a Scorecast, and the player Id choose is AC Milan striker Krzysztof Pitek, who will be looking to get a 3rd consecutive league goal. Its an unpredictable game to call, with the bookmakers putting AC Milan at 6/4 to win, with Lazio at 9/5, and a draw at 9/4. I cant see many goals, so backing there to be less than 1.5 goals at 9/4 seems excellent value. I dont want to sit on the fence, and I am going to back AC Milan to edge a tightly contested match 1-0, priced at 7/1. The odds of that happening is at a kind 28/1.

Now they are pushing for a revival, but there does seem to be something lacking at the club. They have won just twice in their last seven league games, leaving the Rossoneri stuck in midtable. The fact that Pioli is a definite step down from the previous manager Marco Giampaolo doesnt really help, but it could give Lazio an opening. Milans season continues to be a struggle, with a narrow 1-0 win over SPAL in midweek doing little to boost their fortunes.

AC Milan currently hold that 4th spot despite a wretched run of form of late. With 7 games to go, it should prove to be a nail-biter for the remainder of the season, as only three points separate five teams going for that 4th place. Their last four matches have seen them only pick up one point from a possible 12, in a string of games which has seen them beaten by bitter rivals Inter Milan who are above them in the table.

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A lively contest is on the cards in Milano and seeing that both teams will go for a win in Saturdays clash, we believe that there is a big value in betting on both teams to score. The Biancocelesti, on the other hand, dropped two points in a 2-2 draw with Sassuolo at the weekend, but a win over Milan at Stadio San Siro would see them move one step closer to securing a top-four finish.

They will be looking to record back-to-back home wins when they take on Lazio this Sunday at San Siro. Following a disappointing 1-2 defeat at Olimpico vs injury-hit Roma last weekend, the Rossoneri bounced back with a narrow win over lowly SPAL and moved to 10th position in the Serie A standings. Spanish midfielder Suso, not fans favourite by the way, came off the bench to score the sole goal and hand Stefano Pioli his first win as Milan boss at the third time of asking.