San Siro, Milan, Italy.
Saturday 23rd November.
Kick-off: 18:00 (CET).
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This weekend’s biggest Serie A clash sees AC Milan at home to Napoli.
AC Milan have made a disastrous start to the season finding themselves 14th in the league and already on their second manager of the season. New Manager Stefano Pioli has failed to stop the rot, and the poor performances have continued. The Rossoneri have struggled since they sacked Massimiliano Allegri in 2014, and this must be their worst squad since the early 1980s when they were relegated due to a match-fixing scandal. Milan have struggled for goals this season; Polish striker Krzysztof Piątek is their top scorer with just 3 goals in 14 matches. If you think Milan will buck that trend and grab a few goals in this match, you can get odds of 5.10 for them to score over 2.5 goals.
The wait continues
Napoli themselves are not faring much better in the league. They are already 13 points behind Juventus, and their 30-year wait for a league title will go on for at least another year.
They have played better in the Champions League with an impressive victory over defending champions Liverpool in September. Qualification for next year’s competition will be their priority as well as cup competitions in general.
H2H and Tactics
The last Serie A victory for Milan against Napoli was in 2014. However, Milan did win the last fixture between the two sides with a triumph in the quarter-final of last season’s Coppa Italia. Will they use the confidence gained from this match to end their dreadful league form against Napoli? You can back AC Milan to win at odds of 3.10.
Even in the win for AC Milan last season, Napoli had most of the chances and shots. Milan were very clinical in that match and will have to be again to get a victory here. They do have some talented players in their squad who are capable of defeating Napoli, but their team is so disorganised without an identity of how they should go about their games.
Injuries & Suspensions
AC Milan - Mateo Musacchio, Samu Castillejo, Fabio Borini, Hakan Calhanoglu (sus) and Ismaël Bennacer (sus).
Napoli - Kevin Malcuit, Allan and Arkadiusz Milik.
Whatever you bet on, enjoy the game and don’t forget that our prices are subject to fluctuation. Please check the STS Sports Betting page for the latest odds.