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AC Milan vs Torino live stream, predictions, team news | Coppa Italia

By Mohamed Moallim

AC Milan vs Torino live stream, predictions & team news | Coppa Italia

Published: 17:35, 12 January 2021

AC Milan will get their Coppa Italia campaign underway when they square off against Torino at the San Siro on Tuesday evening (7:45pm kick-off UK time).

It will be the second meeting between these clubs in three days and the visitors are seeking immediate revenge after leaving with a 2-0 defeat last time out.


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Where to watch AC Milan vs Torino on TV:

  • UK: BT Sport 1
  • US: ESPN+

Scoreline prediction: AC Milan 2-1 Torino

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AC Milan vs Torino build-up, previous line-ups & injury news:

Five-time Coppa Italia winners AC Milan return to domestic cup action after being eliminated  by Juventus in last season’s semi-finals and, though Stefano Pioli’s side are determined to end a decade long wait to be crowned Serie A champions, there is something about winning being a habit. Milan come into this game having won eight of their last 11 matches in all competitions with the only major setback coming recently against Juve (a humbling 3-1 loss).

This game presents a great opportunity for Torino to put their league defeat behind them, but you have to go back to September 2000 for the last time Il Toro left the San Siro with a win, and that incidentally came in this Coppa Italia round (last-16) when they produced a 0-1 result. On the road this season, however, they’ve not been on top of their game having picked up just one success across 17 outings and that was at Parma (0-3) earlier this month.

  • AC Milan (vs Torino): Donnarumma; Calabria, Kjaer, Romagnoli, Hernández; Tonali*, Kessié; Castillejo, Díaz*, Hauge; Leão.
  • Torino (vs AC Milan): Sirigu; Izzo, Bremer, Lyanco; Singo, Lukic, Gojak, Rincón, Rodríguez; Verdi, Belotti.

Brahim Diaz and Sandro Tonali went off after sustaining respective injuries as Milan ran out 2-0 winners against Torino in the league. Both are expected to miss the cup tie and join Alexis Saelemaekers, Matteo Gabbia and Ismaël Bennacer in the physio room. Rade Krunic and Ante Rebic meanwhile are sidelined. Zlatan Ibrahimovic could make his return to Milan’s starting XI after coming off the bench. As for Torino there are no major absentees.

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Players to watch:

  • AC Milan: There was some good news for Milan supporters when their club’s leading marksman Zlatan Ibrahimovic returned from injury against Torino over the weekend. Ibrahimovic had missed Milan’s previous eight league outings after registering 10 goals across seven outings. Following a five-minute cameo, the enigmatic Swede is determined to start as he seeks to dust off any rust and chances are Stefano Pioli will abide by his wishes. Ibrahimovic played a prominent role in the Rossoneri eliminating Torino at the quarter-final stage last season. He scored in their 4-2 extra time win bringing his total against Il Toro to four goals in seven meetings.
  • Torino: Someone who impressed for Marco Giampaolo’s side in their Serie A loss at Milan was forward Simone Verdi who managed to register two shots on goal (most by a Torino player) whilst creating two chances (also ranking him number one). He’s yet to come alive this season, bagging three goals across 15 appearances, but two of those strikes came in the Coppa Italia (when they defeated Lecce 3-1 after extra time in the previous round) and chances are he will feature once again but the visitors will be hoping for a different result this time around.

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