Serie A matchday 33 the final 5 fixtures of the season are here and Milan head to the Stadio Olimpico to take on the Biancocolesti of Lazio. The last time the two sides met it was an absolute thriller resulting in a 3-2 win with last minute heroics from Theo Hernadez to bring the 3 points home for Milan. Milan has triumphed over Lazio in their last 2 appearances which is their longest winstreak since 2009 where they had a run of 3 wins. Lazio has not been able to keep a cleansheet in a Serie A marthup against Milan since 2012. The Rossoneri are in hot away form winning 13 away games this season, while the Laziali have a strong home form winning 9 of their last home matches.
A big mathcup between two sides who are fighting tooth and nail for a top four spot this season Stefano Pioli must get it right this time after dropping points last week here is how his team could appear
MILAN 4-2-3-1: G. Donnarumma; Calabria; Kjaer, Romagnoli, Dalot; Bennacer, Kessié; Saelemakers, Çalhanoğlu, Rebić, Leão
Calabria has recovered and put in a good performance since returning from injury he and Diogo Dalot will be important on the flanks for Milan. Franck Kessié will be tasked with holding down the midfield once again with a matchup against Sergej Milinković-Savić. Hakan Çalhanoğlu managed to find the back of the net last game but can he be consistent in providing the team with goals and or assists? He will need to step up once again for Milan in this fixture. Rafael Leão and the entire Milan attacking output must be more clinical in this fixture because misse chances could comeback to haunt us as they have done so in previous matches. Should Pioli and his man manage to be victorious they would make history becoming the first team in Serie A to win 14 of their first 16 games on the road in a single season that record is currently held by Inter Milan from the 2006/07 season. 3 points could be a massive foot in the door for Milan in the top four race.