AC Milan vs Roma predictions, live stream ahead of Thursday’s Serie A clash at San Siro. With Milan getting key players back from injury and Roma struggling away from home, is this a chance for the Rossoneri to revive their Scudetto hopes?
Seeking to keep pace with the league leaders in Serie A, second-placed AC Milan resume their campaign after the halfway break with a challenging clash against Roma.
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At one point, it looked as if AC Milan would be running away with the title. However, their form has declined quite a bit in the last few match-days, and they had to witness arch-rivals Inter taking a healthy lead at the top.
AC Milan: Maignan; Florenzi, Tomori, Romagnoli, Hernandez; Bakayoko, Tonali; Messias, Diaz, Saelemaekers; Ibrahimovic
Roma: Patricio; Kumbulla, Mancini, Ibanez; Karsdorp, Veretout, Cristante, Pellegrini, Vina; Zaniolo, Abraham
AC Milan vs Roma
Italy – Serie A
Date: Thursday, 6 January 2022
Kick-off at 17:30 UK/ 18:30 CET
Venue: Stadio Giuseppe Meazza.
AC Milan vs Roma Head-to-head (h2h)
- The latest encounter had ended in a 1-2 win for Milan.
- AC Milan won 2-1 at Roma earlier this season, and have won six of their nine league games at San Siro.
- Jose Mourinho’s Roma have lost five of their nine home games this term.
- Four of the past five clashes had three or more goals.
- Since 2004, the hosts have kept a total of just two clean sheets at this ground.
- The last time these two locked horns at this ground, spoils were shared with a 3-3 scoreline.
AC Milan vs Roma Prediction & Analysis
Milan recorded a 2-4 win on the road the last match-day, against Empoli. They had scored two or more goals in three of their past six games, and only once have they failed to score at home since May of 2021.
Taking into account these observations, as well as past h2h stats, expect a goal-fest this Thursday at the Stadio Giuseppe Meazza.
Mourinho’s Roma, meanwhile, have endured some troubles on the road this season, losing on five of their nine away trips.
Serie A’s winter break has benefited Stefano Pioli’s Milan more than most; having seen their title challenge falter in the face of a genuine injury crisis, the Rossoneri hope to return to something approaching full strength for Thursday’s clash, with the likes of Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Ante Rebic and Rafeal Leao recovering well.