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Genoa vs AC Milan Prediction & Match Preview
Genoa vs AC Milan
Italy – Serie A
Date: Saturday, 5 October 2019
Kick-off at 19:45 UK / 20:45 CET
Venue: Stadio Comunale Luigi Ferraris (Genoa).
Goals are pretty much guaranteed with with Genoa, as they’re scoring nearly 1.20 per game, whilst conceding 2.17. Milan numbers are poor, but their last two games were quite entertaining.
Genoa vs AC Milan: Head-to-head (h2h)
Overall Stats (28 games): Genoa 6 wins, Milan 16 wins, 6 Draws.
Milan have won four of the last five H2H meetings vs Genoa.
Eight of the last ten games at Genoa’s ground had under 2.5 goals.
BTTS – No was a winning bet in last five H2H outings at Luigi Ferraris stadium.
Genoa vs AC Milan: Predicted Starting Lineups
Genoa (3-5-2): Radu – Criscito, Romero, Biraschi – Ghiglione, Barreca, Lerager, Radovanovic, Schone – Pinamonti, Kouame.
AC Milan (4-3-3): Donnarumma – Hernandez, Calabria, Duarte, Romagnoli – Bennacer, Krunic, Calhanoglu – Suso, Leao, Piatek.
Genoa vs AC Milan: Prediction
After positive start to the season, Genoa went back to old ways and started losing games. The Rossoblu’s suffered a humiliating 0-4 loss to Lazio at Olimpico in the previous round. A team that fought back three times against Roma, defeated Viola and played an even game vs Atalanta simply vanished.
With one win, two draws and three losses, Genoa are in the red zone, sitting at 18th position. They will try to make amends on Saturday night when they take on AC Milan. Stefano Sturaro is still out and Goldaniga is questionable.
Things went from bad to worse for the Rossoneri as they fell to 1-3 home defeat to Fiorentina and extended their losing streak to three games. With just six points out of possible eighteen, they are currently 16th, levelled with promoted trio – Lecce, Brescia and Hellas Verona.
Marco Giampaolo seems to be on the thin ice after all and several coaches, including club legends like Shevcenko and Gattuso, are listed as potential candidates. If AC Milan lose on Saturday, one of them will probably get the call. Musacchio is suspended and Caldara is injured.
Goals are pretty much guaranteed with with Genoa, as they’re scoring nearly 1.20 per game, whilst conceding 2.17. The rising star Christian Kouame has bagged three goals so far, but others, namely Pinamonti and Favili, need to up their games. The Rossoblu’s have win-draw-lose record of 1-1-1 at Stadio Comunale Luigi Ferraris this season.
Milan have an average of 0.67 goals scored per game and they’re allowing a goal per bout on the road. We have seen plenty of chances and goals in their last two Serie A fixtures, though. Rafael Leao has scored a beauty vs Fiorentina and he’s likely to start in a new 4-3-3 formation.
Both teams are in mess, but I have to follow my hunch, get behind Milan in DNB market and look for the goals on both ends, even with unfriendly H2H trend.