AC Milan would host Napoli in this game looking to recover from what has been their worst start to a league season in over 50 years.
Napoli would be heading to Milan looking to get pass the recent controversies they have attracted off the field.
Milan comes into this game on the back of consecutive losses against Juventus and Lazio, but they would be inspired by their performance against Juventus even though they lost the game eventually.
Napoli has lost just one of their last 10 games in all competitions, however, they have not won any of their last five games.
AC Milan’s Samu Castillejo is currently nursing a muscle injury and could miss this game.
Napoli would be without the services of Kevin Malcuit who is out injured while Faouzi Ghoulam would have to be passed fit enough to feature.
Head to Head
Milan did beat Napoli 2-0 in the last Copa Italia game here, however, the last two visits of Napoli to the San Siro for this fixture has ended goalless.
Overall, Napoli has won 4 of their last 7 games against Milan.
Milan have lost three of their last four games and they have just a win in their last five games.
Milan last 5 matches in all competitions: DLWLL
Napoli’s season hasn’t looked like the season of a team that wants to challenge for the title. They have no wins in their last five games in all competitions
Napoli last 5 matches in all competitions: DDLDD
Milan have lost 3 of their last 4 games and their major problem this season has been scoring goals. They have scored less than a goal per game on average this season and they have scored more than a goal in a game just twice all season.
Milan are also struggling at the back as they have kept just 3 clean sheets all season and they have conceded at least two goals on six occasions all season.
Napoli have won just two of their last nine games in all competitions Napoli are winless in their last three away league games, but there seems to be a flurry of goals in the first half of their away games.
Three of Dries Mertens last 4 goals have been scored in the first half and two of them have been openers.
Napoli have struggled to win games at the San Siro recently as they haven’t scored in any of their last three visits.
With both of these teams struggling for form, this game could be another low-scoring affair with Under 2.5 goals looking a good bet.
Dries Mertens also looks good for anytime scorer.
Under 2.5 Goals @
Milan 1-1 Napoli @
Dries Mertens anytime scorer @