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The thrilling Serie A title battle continues as league leaders AC Milan travel to the capital to take on Lazio.
The hosts still have a European place to play for as they currently sit in 7th place. They’ve lost just one of their last seven domestic games heading into this contest and they’re never a pushover at home, so it should be an intriguing matchup.
Milan have a two-point cushion at the top of the table, with city rivals Inter in second place (with a game in hand). The visitors are unbeaten in their last thirteen games across all competitions, but they aren’t quite at the high level they were earlier in the season. Instead, they are grinding their way to results through being ultra-solid at the back.
Continue reading for our reliable football betting tips for the game.
Given the way recent AC Milan matches have gone, it looks best to concentrate on the goals market here.
They’ve not conceded a goal in any competition since the end of February - keeping seven straight clean sheets.
That excellent defensive resolve will certainly be tested here against a Lazio side that show their best on their own patch, but it wouldn’t be surprising if Stefano Pioli’s side managed another shutout.
In such a huge game for Milan, they’re unlikely to change their mindset of keeping things solid, so this has the potential to be a bit cagey. Like their opponents, they have the individual quality to nick all three points in a tight contest, but it’s unlikely we see much action on the goal front.
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Bar a 3-0 defeat to city rivals Roma, Lazio have been on a good run of form over the last few months. Qualification for the Champions League is realistically out of sight now, but they can still sneak their way into a Europa League or Europa Conference League spot.
They will have been disappointed to have dropped points at home to Torino in their last match, but they almost finished that game empty handed. It took a Ciro Immobile leveller in the 92nd minute for Maurizio Sarri’s side to rescue a point.
Biancocelesti have lost just two of their last 29 home matches in Serie A, so no matter what the outcome here, they’ll give league leaders AC Milan a tough evening.
Defence has been the answer for AC Milan in recent weeks. They might not quite be firing in front of goal, but seven clean sheets on the bounce has meant they’ve kept their points total nicely rolling.
They followed up scoreless draws with both Bologna and Torino with a 2-0 victory over Genoa last week to put them top with five games remaining.
Inter still have a game in hand, but Pioli’s side have a good bit of momentum for the final stretch of the campaign.
The Stadio Olimpico is a notoriously tough place to go to, but with such a firm foundation behind them, the visitors will probably set out to nick a narrow win.
Their last league meeting was in September, with goals from Rafael Leao and Zlatan Ibrahimovic securing a 2-0 victory for Milan at the San Siro.
The Stadio Olimpico is the home of both Lazio and Roma. It’s a multi-purpose stadium built in 1927 that holds up to 70,634 supporters. It doesn’t just get used for football either as other sports and concerts occasionally take place there too.
The Curva Nord is used as the home end when Lazio host games there, and you can usually guarantee some aesthetic scenery to go along with a lively atmosphere.
AC Milan are edging ever closer to a first Scudetto win since 2011. This is one of their trickiest away assignments left on their schedule, but if their solidness at the back continues, they should at least be avoiding defeat and adding to their points tally.