Milan vs Napoli: Match preview
AC Milan will host Napoli in the 13th round of Serie A this weekend at their San Siro stadium in Milan. Napoli are in seventh position and play this weekend against Milan, which is ranked 14th in the standings. Despite their position, the home team is still a threat to Napoli, who is currently not in the best shape.
Both teams are currently in poor form and desperately need a good result in this match. However, this is a great chance for both teams and the players of both teams will definitely chase the victory.
Milan team news:
A change of coach has not resulted in a change in the negative result trend in Milan. Still the team’s performance has been slightly better since Pioli arrived on the bench.
Milan played well in the derbies against Roma, Lazio and Juventus, but in all these games he eventually recorded minimal defeats. A series of tough matches for Pioli continues with the clash with Napoli.
Points are imperative for Pioli because, in the event of a new setback, his team could also lose a modest four point advantage over clubs in the red zone on the championship standings.
Probable lineup: G.Donnarumma, Conti, Musacchio, Romagnoli, Hernandez, Paqueta, Biglia, Krunić, Suso, Piatek, Bonaventura
Napoli team news:
Napoli is without a victory in their last five games and they have failed to win three points since winning against Verona in their home ground since September. Carlo Ancelotti faces an almost impossible situation and internal problems surrounding Aurelio De Laurentiis, while showing no sign of a solution. It is also legally threatened that Napoli players will be cut their pay to 25% before this match.
In the last three away games they have lost to Rome 2-1, draw with SPAL 1-1 and draw with Turin 0-0. As for absences, they could be without Arkadiusz Milik and Faouz Ghoulam, with Kevin Malcuit definitely out of the field with a knee ligament injury.
Probable lineup: Meret, Di Lorenzo, Manolas, Koulibaly, Luperto, Elmas, Allan, Zielinski, Fabian Ruiz, Insigne, Lozano
It is hard to predict what will happen in this match. Both teams are under pressure and both teams are in need of points. What we believe is actually that the match won’t be to nice watch and without many goals.
Where to watch:
TV Channels: Arena Sport (BiH), Arena Sport (Cro), beIN Sport Max (Fra), CMore Fotboll (Swe), DAZN Deutsch, Digi Sport 1 (Hun), Digi Sport 2 (Cze/Svk), Digi Sport 2 (Rom), Eleven Sports 1 (Pol), Futbol, Match TV, Ruutu, Sport TV (Por), Telekom Sport (Rom)
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