AC Milan and Juventus will both be looking to climb into the top four of Serie A when they meet on Saturday at 5pm (UK time).
Stefano Pioli’s defending champions have had a decent start to the new campaign with five wins and two draws from their opening eight matches, only losing to leaders Napoli before the international break, and sit three points off top. However, they are currently fifth, such is the closeness of the early title race, with Juventus a further four points back in seventh having drawn four matches already.
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AC Milan team news
Theo Hernandez has returned to training for AC Milan after injury and could be in line to feature against Juventus this weekend. The hosts will also be hoping Alexis Saelemaekers, Simon Kjaer and Davide Calabria are available after missing the Champions League defeat to Chelsea in midweek.
However, Pioli remains without first-choice goalkeeper Mike Maignan, as well as Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Alessandro Florenzi. The Italian also has a decision to make, with the return fixture against Chelsea coming up on Tuesday – a potentially crucial match for Milan’s Champions League hopes – and how much he alters his team with that match in mind.
Juventus team news
Juventus suffered a blow in midweek as Mattia De Sciglio had to come off at half-time against Maccabi Haifa with a hamstring injury and will undergo a further check-up in 10 days to determine the seriousness of the problem. Alex Sandro came on to replace him and could continue at left-back this weekend, with Danilo another option should Leonardo Bonucci or Daniele Rugani step in at centre-back.
Massimiliano Allegri is also without Federico Chiesa, Paul Pogba and Kaio Jorge, though the Frenchman could be back before the World Cup which will boost his chances of playing in Qatar with Les Bleus.
Serie A 2022/23 recent form:
- AC Milan: WLWWD
- Juventus: WLDDW
Scoreline prediction: AC Milan 1-1 Juventus
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