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Serie A : Milan vs BFC 09

The sublime AC Milan will aim to consolidate their place in the top 7 of Serie A when they welcome Bologna to San Siro on Saturday. The Rossoneri have performed well since coming back from the cov last month and are about to guarantee a ticket to the European Cup, while Bologna have not won the last 3 rounds and have run out of goals.

Only Atalanta BC has performed better than Milan since Serie A returned three weeks ago, with Stefano Pioli's team winning 5 and drawing 2 of their 7 matches. They also defeated the top two teams Juventus and Lazio in a row, as well as defeated Roma and drew with Napoli, Pioli teachers and students continued to play well on Wednesday with a 3-1 victory over Parma at San Siro thanks to goals. in the second half of Franck Kessie, Alessio Romagnoli and Hakan Calhanoglu. Milan are having 3 consecutive wins at home and a place in the top 7 now seems to be within the reach of the Rossoneri with 6 points more than Sassuolo with the remaining 5 matches, but they still have to face the main player. This, so Pioli will know the importance of having another victory this weekend. Lucas Paqueta pulled out of Milan's squad with a knee injury in the middle of the week and was deemed suspicious for this match. Rafael Leao made his debut last time, as did Giacomo Bonaventura and Lucas Biglia, and all three players performed well in their victory over Parma. Andrea Conti gave Milan many notable attacks when replacing Davide Calabria at the break and could start the match, while Ante Rebic returned to the center position.

Bologna entered the match on the back of a series of draws against Parma and Napoli, with Musa Barrow scoring late to grab a point in the second half of those matches, the loaner from Atalanta was the best striker. in their second leg. Rossoblu is in the middle of the standings with 10 points behind Milan in the final position in the Europa League and 13 points compared to the relegation zone. Anything less than winning on Saturday will kill their fragile European Cup hopes, but Sinisa Mihajlovic will be pleased with the campaign this season. Bologna also have a good away record, losing just 2 of their last 9 matches, with victories over Roma, Napoli and Inter Milan, though Milan have won 7 of their last 8 meetings with Bologna.