AC Milan aim to continue their stunning start to the new Serie A campaign when they welcome Roma to San Siro on Monday evening.
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Stefano Pioli’s men have won all four of their league matches, scoring nine goals and conceding just one.
One such victory was a 2-1 defeat of fierce rivals Inter Milan last weekend.
Milan are also in fine form in Europe. They head into Monday’s game on the back of a 3-1 Europa League group stage victory at Celtic.
Roma, meanwhile, sit ninth in Serie A. They have two wins, one draw and one loss to their name this season, scoring eight goals and conceding seven.
And that draw came against champions Juventus last month in a 2-2 stalemate.
They were also on their travels on Thursday in European action. And Paulo Fonseca’s also side picked up three points in the group stages, beating Young Boys 2-1.
The pair go into the game on a three-match winning run. It therefore looks set to be an intriguing encounter under the lights at San Siro.
The hosts go into the fixture as favourites at 11/10. An away win is currently available at 13/5, with a draw currently 5/2.
Milan legend Zlatan Ibrahimovic currently sits on four goals in the Serie A scoring charts. Those strikes have come in just two games, with the Swede missing out on some action after contracting coronavirus.
But he is back, and will be raring to go against Roma on Monday evening.
The 39-year-old has been given odds of 7/2 to score the first goal of the match.
Jordan Veretout boasts three league goals, with two of those coming against Juventus. His team-mate Edin Dzeko has two, with Milan’s Rafael Leao also on two for the campaign.
Veretout is currently 12/1 to find the opening goal of the game, with Dzeko and Leao available at 6/1 and 13/2 respectively.
The sides split the bragging rights when they met last season, each winning their home fixtures.
Roma edged past Milan 2-1 at Stadio Olimpico, with Milan then winning 2-0 at San Siro.