AC Milan Barcelona Odds as Bet365 report bets for Messi Hattrick in Champions League

Perhaps the most hotly anticipated tie in the 5th round of Champions League fixtures come courtesy of a mouth-watering tie at the San Siro, where Barcelona travel to take on AC Milan as Bet365 release free bets offer on tonight’s coupon.

Bet365 have been in touch to tell us they will offer free bets worth £200 to spend on any Champions League game tonight, including all the action from the San Siro! A £200 bet on Milan at 7/2 could net you £900! Pick up this exclusive free bet offer here! Be quick – limited availability!

Two sides steeped in European football history, between them they have won an incredible 11 Champions League crowns between them, and there is sure to be fireworks when the pair go head to head for supremacy in Group H.

It is the Spanish giants that currently have the upper hand, leading the way by two points from AC Milan with just two rounds remaining, and although Barcelona are already assured of their place in the knockout stages while AC Milan have virtually qualified, there is still plenty to play for at the San Siro.

The Rossoneri were thankful for a late goal from Thiago Silva that earned them a 2-2 draw at the Nou Camp after they had scored the fastest ever goal scored in the Champions League.

Milan have a few injury headaches going into the game, and will certainly be without Antonio Cassano as the striker continues his rehabilitation from hart surgery.

Defender Phillippe Mexes is still nursing a broken wrist and won’t feature while Alexandre Pato could play some part having made his comeback from injury in Milan’s goalless draw against Fiorentina over the weekend.

Barca boss Pep Guardiola has a selection headache at full back with Dani Alves and Adriano out of the game through suspension and injury respectively, with club captain Carlos Puyol likely to move over from the heart of the reigning champion’s defence while midfielder Javier Mascherano is likely to fill in at centre back.

The home side have a poor recent record at the San Siro, picking up only three wins in their last, while Barcelona have scored more goals in Europe than any other team this season, spelling trouble for Milan.

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