Matchday 21 – Italy Serie A
Time: Saturday, January 25, 2020
Kick-off: 02:45 UTC+7
Stadium: Mario Rigamonti
Head to Head
- Overall statistics in 21 matches, Brescia won once, AC Milan won 12 times and eight times the two teams drew.
- Brescia has a record of playing at home, one win, four draws and five defeats vs AC Milan.
- Milan have won seven games in a row against Brescia.
- Milan have scored two or more goals in five of the last seven meetings.
- Three or more goals have been scored in five of their last seven meetings.
Brescia (4-3-1-2): Joronen – Mateju, Sabelli, Chancellor, Cistana – Romulo, Bisoli, Tonali – Skrabb – Torregrossa, Donnarumma.
AC Milan (4-4-2): Gianluigi Donnarumma – Hernandez, Conti, Kjaer, Romagnoli – Bonaventura, Castillejo, Kessie, Bennacer – Leao, Ibrahimovic.
Team Analysis & Match Predictions
Brescia ended their two-match defeat, but still haven’t won the last time against Cagliari who drew 2-2 as hosts.
Sandro Tonali, the midfielder Brescia, returned to work hard as he provided two assists for striker Ernesto Torregrossa. But their defense is still fragile and continues to struggle, because in the last five games Brescia has conceded two or more goals.
At the moment Eugenio Corini’s team are still in the relegation zone, which is 19th, one point behind Lecce who are 17th.
In his record, Brescia was only able to get five points from ten matches at Mario Rigamonti this season, scoring an average of 1.10 goals per match, while conceding an average of 2.10 goals per match.
For the player’s note, there is no injury to the Brescia team, but Mario Balotelli was banned from competing for a red card in his last match against Cagliari.
Meanwhile AC Milan, who beat Cagliari 2-0 and SPAL 3-0 in the Coppa Italia, continued their third consecutive win in all competitions as they defeated Udinese 3-2 in the league.
As a result, the Rossoneri climbed to 8th place in the standings, only two points from the place of their rivals to win the European League position and ten points behind Roma who finished fourth. Stefano Pioli’s men will try to extend their winning rate on Saturday.
AC Milan has recorded five wins and five draws while playing away, averaging 1.10 goals scored per match and conceding an average of 1.30 goals per match.
For the record players, Leo Duarte, Lucas Biglia and Davide Calabria are on the injury list. Musacchio and Calhanoglu will be evaluated first before the match.
The Rossoneri have won three of their last four away matches and many fans support it to extend their winning streak.
On the side of the hosts, Brescia have lost seven of their ten home matches this season and managed to score against the big teams. They lost 1-2 to Inter, Juventus and Lazio at Mario Rigamonti and it is likely that the same results will be found later in the match.