Ludogorets Razgrad vs AC Milan
UEFA Europa League – 2017/18
The next fixture of the final stage of UEFA Europa League, is going to feature Ludogorets Razgrad and AC Milan in Ludogoret’s home, Ludogorets Arena, Bulgaria from 11:30 PM on 15th February. The preview of the match is listed below: This game is going to be a thrilling competition since both the teams knows the importance of this fixture and they would do everything to register a win in this first leg of the fixture because whoever wins this game will have a lead in the second leg of this fixture. This edition of UEFA Europa League is coming to an end both the teams would try to fix a spot for themselves in the playoffs and if not, they would try to end the season on a happier note and as much higher as possible.
When: February 15, 11:30 PM IST
Where: Ludogorets Arena Stadium, Bulgaria
MIL vs LUD Team News:
- Manuel Locatelli is suspended and would not take part in this game
- Mateo Musacchio has to be careful in this leg or he would miss out the next one because he is already booked
- Andre Silva is expected to have more playing time in Europa League
- Nathanel and Claudio Keseru are both suspended for the home team
- Cicinho has to be very careful in this leg
- Aleksandar Vasilev is expected to play in this game
- Vladislav Stoyanov is absent
MIL vs LUD Probable XI:
Donnarumma (GK), Calabria, Bonucci, Musacchio, Antonelli, Calhanoglu, Bigila, Kessie, Suso, Silva, Borini
Renan (GK), Vasilev, Moti, Plastun, Cicinho, Anicet, Goralski, Wanderson, Marcelinho, Lukoki, Misidjan
AC Milan –
Silva, Borini, Calhanoglu, Calabria
Marcelinho, Plastun, Cicinho
Ludogorets Razgrad have only lost three of their last 25 matches in all competitions, but all of those defeats have fallen in their last eight outings. The Bulgarian outfit did well to progress out of a group that also had Hoffenheim, Braga and Istanbul Basaksehir, losing only once.
After an initial rocky patch, AC Milan are enjoying their best run of since Gennaro Gattuso was appointed manager at the end of November. The Serie A giants are unbeaten in eight matches ahead of Thursday’s trip to Bulgaria. They have recieved a red card in four of their last seven away matches and need to keep their discipline here.
Milan stumbled through their group, failing to score in their last two matches, but are in a much better place now. While they are by no means guaranteed to progress, it would still be a surprise if they fell short over the two legs. In fact, Gattuso’s side has won all five of their previous European knockout ties against teams from Bulgaria.
Note: This MIL vs LUD match preview is based on our research and understanding from various news sources. You can select your own playing 11 on the basis of team news.
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