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Serie A: Milan vs Il Toro

The latest round of match 24 will take place at AC Milan's San Siro home revival with veteran Ibrahimvic and they will welcome Turin's representative Torino is deep in crisis. Will the Rossoneri regain the joy of venting their anger after 2 rounds without winning as well as narrow the gap with the European Cup or Torino group will stop the circuit of 4 consecutive rounds of losing.

AC Milan are expected to keep the same team starting last Sunday against Inter Milan, even though it was a match they lost to bitter rivals rivals Milan despite leading 2-0 in the first half thanks to Frankc. Kessie and old man Zlatan Ibrahimovic. AC Milan is determined to stop the recent 3 consecutive matches at home against Torino in all competitions or further a series of 7 consecutive games that failed to defeat the representatives of Turin. Teachers and coaches Stefano Pioli, despite the positive achievements over the nine games he took over, won only 4 meager matches, the gap with the European Cup group was only 3 points and they still had a chance. The defense needs to improve soon when it has conceded 31 times this season.

Torino are likely to continue with the 3-4-3 formation as pillar-back Armando Izzo will serve another ban after being kicked out last weekend, where they fell 1-3 at home first. Sampdoria are fighting relegation, they even got the lead of Simone Verdi in the first half of the second half from the clearing of Ramiro's ma but collapsed with 3 goals in a quick turn from 70 minutes to 79. Torino had lost all 4 rounds recently conceded at least 3 goals in the last 3 matches and having more than 2.5 goals scored in the last 4 matches of Torino. Torino are unbeaten in the last 7 matches against AC Milan in all competitions and scored at least 2 goals in the last 3 matches against AC Milan. Provisional coach replacing Walter Mazzari and representative of Turin have also dropped to the bottom half of the table with only 27 points.