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Monza vs AC Milan Prediction & Betting Tips

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        Monza vs AC Milan Predictions & Betting Tips

        AC Milan travel to Monza looking to keep pace with the top two sides in Serie A, as well as extend the gap between themselves and the teams below them.

        AC Milan to win @ 5/6 with Bet365

        BTTS NO @ 11/10 with Bet365

        Over 1.5 goals @ 1/5 with Paddy Power

        These odds are correct at the time of publication and are subject to change.

        Date: 18/02/24

        Kick-off time: 19:45

        Venue: Brianteo Stadium

        One point separates third-place AC Milan and Juventus in second, with recent form giving the former hope of cracking the top two and hopefully putting pressure on their rivals Inter Milan at the top. They have played a game more, but are in touching distance of making a push to surpass Juventus. Inter may be too far ahead, but if they keep winning they can look towards them rather than look over their shoulder. They are 10 points clear of Atalanta in fourth.

        Monza are in just their second-ever season in the top flight, and are doing well, currently occupying 11th place. Last season they also finished 11th so they are showing consistency as they try to establish themselves as a mainstay in Serie A. They are 11 points above the relegation zone, so they will be confident of another season in the top flight. A win against Milan could even help them make a push to close the gap on the sides above them, with Torino and Napoli sitting just three and five points ahead. Although, it will be a very difficult ask to topple this Milan side.

        The hosts have struggled for goals all season, but especially in recent weeks. Their last five games has seen them find the back of the net just twice, with one of them coming in a 5-1 defeat at home to Inter Milan. It means they may need some luck to get past the backline of AC Milan, though the Rossoneri have conceded at least two in their last three games. In fact, they have similar defensive stats, with Monza conceding 28 on the season compared to Milan letting in 27. They may need to rely on their defence if they are to get a result given their lack of forward production. It is an area in which they have been strong as of late, as they have kept three clean sheets in a row. They will have a tougher job, however, of keeping out the likes of Olivier Giroud and Luka Jovic. The pair have scored a combined 16 goals this season.

        These two sides have only ever met three times competitively, all of them won by AC Milan in the last two seasons. The reverse fixture earlier in this campaign was a convincing 3-0 victory for Milan. They went up very early through Tijjani Reijnders in the third minute, before Jan-Carlo Simic and Noah Okafor added to their lead later on.

        Last season, Monza held their own at home, but a first-half Junior Messias goal proved the difference in a narrow 1-0 win for the visitors. At the San Siro, they struggled, losing 4-1, but managed to get on the scoresheet through Filippo Rannochia. A Brahim Diaz brace preceded Divock Origi and Rafael Leao goals for Milan.

        Team News

        Monza Team News

        Forward Papu Gomez is in the midst of a two-year suspension for doping. Gianluca Caprari is out for the season with a knee injury. Samuele Vignato has a muscle injury that may keep him out until the end of the month.

        AC Milan Team News

        Samuel Chukwueze will return from the Africa Cup of Nations following the conclusion of the tournament last weekend. Fikayo Tomori is still absent with a thigh injury, but he is hopeful of making a return by the end of the month. Tijjani Reijnders is available for selection after a one-game suspension.

        Form Guide


        In their last five games, Monza have won one, drawn one, and lost two. They began this stretch of games with a heavy 5-1 defeat at home to AC’s arch rivals Inter. Another heavy defeat followed, this time away at Empoli. Despite conceding eight goals in these two games, they solidified their defence and have not conceded a single one since.

        This started with a 1-0 win over Sassuolo, in which Andrea Colpani scored the winner after 31 minutes. Their defensive solidity continued in their two most recent games, as they held both Udinese and Verona to goalless draws. Though their defence has been much improved, they still struggle greatly going forward, scoring just twice in this period.

        AC Milan

        In their last five games, AC Milan have won four and drawn one. The Rossoneri are in excellent form as they hit an important stretch of the season. Their most recent outing came against the Serie A champions Napoli at the San Siro, in which they were 1-0 victors. It was a tight affair, but a Theo Hernandez strike in the 25th minute proved the difference between the two sides.

        This marked a defensive improvement as their previous four games saw them concede seven goals. It may have come at the expense of their offensive output, but as long as they keep winning, they will be happy. They beat Frosinone 3-2 thanks to an 81st-minute winner from Luka Jovic. Both sides exchanged leads, but the visitors ended up on top. This followed a 2-2 draw with Bologna, the only dropped points of this five-game period.

        Milan also enjoyed wins against Udinese and Roma, beating them 3-2 and 3-1. They had to come from behind to get three points against Udinese, with the winner coming in the 93rd minute from Noah Okafor. The Roma victory was a bit more straightforward as Yacine Adil, Olivier Giroud and Hernandez were all on the scoresheet.

        Before this weekend’s game, they face French side Rennes in the Europa League on Thursday.

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        Where to Watch

        Monza vs AC Milan will be available to watch on TNT Sports 1.