Serie A – Season Continues – Atalanta v AC Milan on Match-day 7

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This Sunday sees Atalanta go head to head with Milan at the Gewiss Stadium – Kick-off 8:45pm GMT.

With Champion’s League positions always a key motivation, second placed Milan remain in contention as they travel to seventh placed Atalanta.

This season’s Serie A campaign, has so far seen Atalanta achieve 11 points

Atalanta will be hoping for a win, following a disappointing 2-2 away draw against Internazionale in their last game.

Atalanta keep finding ways to win, having secured two victories in their last three meetings is astonishing this season. They currently stand seventh in the League, with 11 points having won three matches, drawn two games, and lost one game.

Atalanta have won one game, drawn one game, and lost one game of their three League matches at home this season.

Victory for Atalanta would take their points tally to 14 so far this season.

Atalanta’s squad has depth, but even so, Gian Piero Gasperini is likely to be missing three of they key players when they start Sunday’s game.

AC Milan go into this meeting with 16 points secured

With two wins in a row under his belt, Stefano Pioli takes his Milan team into this game full of confidence, and hopeful of another successive victory.

Milan keep finding ways to win, having secured five victories in their last six fixtures is astonishing this season, which is responsible for their Champion’s League qualification position. With 16 points, they currently sit second in the League having won five fixtures and drawn one game.

Playing away from home, Milan have won two matches and drawn one game.

AC Milan will have 19 points if they manage to secure a victory.

Good atacking and defensive team

Milan have shown a decent defensive solidity, having only conceded three goals in their previous fixtures. They have a good scoring rate of 12 goals (11 from open play and one penalty). This has been largely down to the key attacking players: Brahim Diaz (3), Olivier Giroud (2), and Rafael Leao (2).

Milan’s ever growing list of players missing due to injury or illness to be a concern for Stefano Pioli, ahead of this Sunday’s fixture against their opponents.

Atalanta v AC Milan – Head-to-Head.

Historically, it is a fixture that has seen a win for Milan who’ve recorded 21 wins and 13 draws. Further, in the last 16 games between these two sides, the local team has never been able to get a victory. The last time both teams met in this competition AC Milan secured a 0-2 away win. As we can see both teams have scored in the last match between this pair and the likelihood of both sides scoring on Sunday is rated at 64.94%.

There is a 47.62 percent probability of an Atalanta win.