AC Milan v Bologna: Rosoneri piling pressure on unbeaten Juventus

AC Milan v Bolgna, Sunday 14:00
Following an extremely tragic week for the football community, Serie A fixtures return this weekend as Betvictor offer free bets and a live stream service with AC Milan odds on, looking a sure thing to come out on top when they play hosts to Bologna.

Although the break came amidst the worst of circumstances, the Rosoneri will have appreciated the break and a chance to recoup amongst themselves ready for the end of season run in.

Massimiliano Allegri’s side are just one point off leaders Juventus and will undoubtedly be looking to gain maximum points from now until the end of May with a favourable run of fixtures.

That means, however, that the Milan outfit will be relying on the still unbeaten Juve to drop points in their coming games if they are to once again reclaim top spot.

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The two teams have interchanged the bragging rights of first place numerous times over the course of the season and AC will be banking on the fact that there is still quite a bit of this story to be written before the Scudetto title race is decided.

AC Milan currently have the best ranked home defence in the Italian top flight, conceding just 0.60 goals per game on average this campaign.

When you compare that with the fact that Bologna have failed to score in 33% of their fixtures away from the Stadio Renato Dall’Ara this season, it begins to justify the massive odds placed against Sunday’s visitors.

Stefano Pioli’s side are enjoying a two-match unbeaten streak and can make the massive jump up to ninth place should several other fixtures go in their favour.

AC Milan have won just two of their last six outings but after being knocked out of European competition, will now be completely focused on domestic matters and with Juventus facing a difficult trial against Roma, could finish the weekend at the Serie A summit.

Tom is a recent graduate with a degree in Broadcasting from Brighton University, having written for a variety of sports publications, as well as a keen football fan and season ticket holder.