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The race for Italian supremacy heats up this weekend, as league toppers AC Milan make a trip to Turin this Sunday to take on Torino in the ongoing Serie A season.
Having faced just 1 loss since the turn of the New Year, AC Milan has moved up to the number 1 spot, albeit with a slim margin of just 1 point. With Napoli breathing down on its neck, Milan will be looking to collect 3 points from this game. Also, with the Coppa Italia semifinals against Inter coming up later this month, Stefano Pioli will be urging his boys not to get complacent, and keep building upon the momentum. Milan’s 3 match winning streak was halted by Bologna, who held them to a goalless draw in the last game.
However, most football betting sites are predicting a relatively easy win for the visitors this time around.
Torino would have liked to play better football in the last few weeks. After going for 8 games without a win, The Bulls finally managed to turn things around in their last game, beating the last-placed Salernitana 1-0. Thanks to those 3 points, the club is currently sitting in 11th place on the points table with 38 points. Ivan Juric still has 8 games to go before the season ends, and will definitely be gunning to finish within the top half of the table this time around.
Match prediction and football betting tips for Torino F. C. vs AC Milan, Serie A 2021-22. The match is going to be played at the Stadio Olimpico Grande Torino, Turin, on 10th April 2022.
Both the teams are likely to have quite a few players missing from the selection process for this game. The hosts will probably be playing without Dennis Praet, Antonio Sanabria, Simone Zaza, Mohamed Fares, and Koffi Djidji. The visitors are likely to travel without Alessandro Florenzi, Alessio Romagnoli, and Simon Kjaer.
Despite it feeling like a one-sided affair in favor of Milan on paper, playing at home definitely gives Torino an advantage. While they are likely to give a spirited performance, it is highly unlikely that they will cause any problems for the visitors.
Bet on AC Milan to win.
4 of the last 5 games between the two clubs have seen less than 3 goals being scored at full time. Each of the last 5 games involving AC Milan has seen 2 or fewer goals being scored, and the same has been the case for the last 4 games involving Torino. It is therefore likely that this will be a low-scoring affair.
AC Milan has not conceded a single goal in the last 4 Serie A games against Torino and has also kept a clean slate in its last 5 consecutive games this season. Torino will find it difficult to go past Milan’s defenses in this game. You can even combine the two recommended bets to increase the odds on offer.