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AC Milan vs Juventus – Serie A Match Preview, Kick-Off Time & Match Prediction

Match Day 31 continues with AC Milan taking on Juventus on Tuesday the 7th of July, 2020, at Stadio Giuseppe Meazza.

Hats off to AC Milan for what they did on Saturday. They visited Lazio, a team that has impressed this season chasing Juventus and fighting for the Serie A title with the campaign a few rounds before its end, a Lazio side that has scored more than Juventus and any other team in the league, excluding of course “monsters” Atalanta, but Milan not only won the game, they even managed to limit Lazio to super few and insignificant scoring chances, making them look like a totally unrecognizable team. So, back to the first line, hats off to Milan, really. The final score in Rome was 0-3. Milan’s current form reads; WDWWD. The Rossoneri have 13W, 7D and 10L, having scored 39 goals and conceded 37, which leaves them with a 2GD. Following Saturday’s matches they were 6th on the table, on 46 points from 30 games, favorites to earn a Europa League ticket. Coach Stefano Pioli played a 4-2-3-1 formation against Lazio, with Zlatan Ibrahimovic up front, back from injury. He scored from the penalty spot, his fourth goal in 10 appearances this season. Hakan Çalhanoğlu had opened the scoring for Lazio earlier, but had to leave the pitch before the end of the first half, injured. “Just a knock, nothing serious”, he told reporters later. Ante Rebić added the cherry on top for Milan in the second half, with his 9th goal of the season.

Juventus are visiting the team that… made them a big gift on Saturday, beating Lazio in Rome. A couple of hours earlier, Juve had beaten Torino 4-1 at home, meaning that by the end of the day the Bianconeri were not just leading on the table, but had a seven-point gap between them and second-placed Lazio. Seven points, eight rounds of matches left, mathematically the title is not won yet, but… who would bet against Juventus right now? Their current form reads; WWWWL. Juve have 24W, 3D and 3L, having scored 63 goals and conceded 26, which leaves them with a 37GD. Coach Maurizio Sarri played a 4-3-3 formation against Torino. Paulo Dybala opened the scoring less than three minutes into the game, Juan Cuadrado scored just his second goal in 27 league appearances, Cristiano Ronaldo made it 3-1 with his first direct free-kick in the Serie A, while Juve’s last goal was an own goal scored by a Torino defender.

The reverse fixture, which took place in November 2019, was a 1-0 Juventus victory. The two teams have met twice since then though, in the Coppa Italia; in February they drew 1-1 in Milan, and on June 12 they drew 0-0 in Turin, with Juventus qualifying for the final thanks to their away goal in February.

From drawing 2-2 with SPAL, Milan went to triumphing 0-3 at Lazio. Can they be trusted?

A 1-1 draw is predicted at full-time.

Date: Tuesday, 7th of July, 2020.

Venue: Stadio Giuseppe Meazza

Kick-off time: 21:45 (GMT+2).