AC Milan will play their first Champions League group phase home game since 2013 when Atletico Madrid visit the San Siro on Tuesday evening (20:00 UK time).
Stefano Pioli’s men are looking to bounce back following their opening week loss at Liverpool, when they snatched defeat from the jaws of victory, while the defending La Liga champions also seek a first win of this season’s competition after playing out a goalless draw against Porto in Spain’s capital.
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Scoreline prediction: Milan 1-1 Atletico Madrid
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Milan vs Atletico Madrid build-up & previous line-ups:
It was a frustrating return to Champions League action for AC Milan who renewed hostilities with Liverpool at Anfield a fortnight ago. Playing their first group phase game since 2013 the Rossoneri came from 1-0 down to lead 1-2 at half-time. Jurgen Klopp’s men rallied after the break and ran out 3-2 winners. It means the seven-time winners head into this week’s encounter with Atletico Madrid on a four-game winless streak (three losses plus one defeat) and have only won one of their last 17 games against Spanish opponents in European competition (seven draws and nine losses), while Milan are winless in the seven games since the only victory in this run (2-0 against Barcelona in February 2013).
As for the Spanish champions they opened their account with a goalless draw with Porto at home. Diego Simeone’s men were frustrated that evening and visit Milan having won just one of their previous four games in all competitions. This will be Atléti’s fifth away match against Italian opposition in the Champions League under Simeone and since winning the first of these meetings (1-0 v Milan in February 2014) they’ve failed to win each of the next four without scoring a goal (two draws and two losses). On top of that Los Rojiblancos have only failed to win their opening two Champions League group stage games once in the Simeone era (0-0 v Roma and 1-2 loss to Chelsea in 2017/18).
- Milan (vs Spezia): Maignan; Kalulu, Tomori, Romagnoli, Hernández; Tonali, Kessié; Saelemaekers, Maldini, Rebic; Giroud.
- Atletico Madrid (vs Alaves): Oblak; Savic, Hermoso, Felipe; Kondogbia; Trippier, De Paul, Llorente, Carrasco; Griezmann, Suárez.
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Player to watch: Antoine Griezmann (Atlético Madrid)
The prodigal son returned this summer when Antoine Griezmann re-joined Atlético Madrid on a season-long loan. Across his first spell the French forward managed to net 133 goals and created 50 more across 257 appearances in all competitions. So far on his comeback he’s played five times, with one game coming in the Champions League, though Griezmann is yet to find the net. There’s no better moment to break his duck than at the San Siro on Tuesday evening. Not only is Griezmann the club’s all-time top scorer in the European Cup/UEFA Champions League with 21 goals but he could also become their outright top scorer in away games. Griezmann is currently on five goals (those came at Olympiacos, Galatasaray, Bayern Munich and Bayer Leverkusen).
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