BOG vs MIL Dream11: AC Milan can go up to 8th on points table when they play Bologna away in Serie A this weekend at Stadio Renato Dall'Ara, in Bologna, Italy. Milan have once again flattered to defeat and are showing nos signs of improvement whatsoever. They are truly a midtable team, with no consistency, and no match for the current bog boys of Italian football. That's why, despite Bologna a relatively smaller team both in term so profile, and resources available, this game evokes a feeling of parity between these two teams at this moment.
Visitors: AC Milan
Competition: Serie A
Match Venue: Stadio Renato Dall'Ara
Match Timing: Monday, December 09, @01:15 AM
Bologna have the 13th best home record in Serie A going into this game (Game-06, Wins02, Loss02, Draws02)
AC Milan, meanwhile, are the 10th best team in away games this season. They have 3 wins and four defeats from seven outings away from San Siro.
Milan have conceded the 3rd fewest goals in away games this season (Games-07, Goals conceded-07)
Only five teams have conceded fewer than Bologna's 9 goals in home games this season.
Leading goal scorers:
Rodrigo Palacio: 04 Goals
Nicola Sansone: 03 Goals
Roberto Soriano: 02 Goals (Injured in this game and won't play).
Theo Hernandez: 03 Goals
Krzysztof Piatek: 03 Goals
Hakan Calhanoglu: 02 Goals
Bologna to win: 2.90 (19/10), Probability to happen: 34.48%
AC Milan to win: 2.40 (7/5), Probability to happen: 41.67%
Draw: 3.30 (23/10), Probability to happen: 30.30%
Bologna: Mitchell Dijks (ankle injury), Federico Santander (ankle injury), Ladislav Krejci (knee injury), Roberto Soriano (groin injury) are both out of this game due to respective respectively. Gary Medel will be serving a suspension here due to the accumulation of yellow cards.
AC Milan: Leo Duarte remains on the sideline due to a groin injury, while Mattia Caldara is a doubt and will be monitored before the game.
Bologna: Skorupski (GK), Tomiyasu, Bani, Danilo, Denswil, Poli, Dzemaili, Orsolini, Svanberg, Sansone, Palacio.
AC Milan: Donnarumma GK), Conti, Musacchio, Romagnoli, Theo Hernandez; Kessie (Krunic), Bennacer, Bonaventura, Suso, Piatek, Hakan Calhanoglu
To be updated once the line-ups are out!
Despite Milan struggling for ages, they always fair better against Bologna. In the last 21 games, Milan have 13 wins over their next opponents, losing only three times.
Milan should get at least a point from this game.