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A clash against mid-table opposition is probably the perfect game for Milan, knowing their hosts have next to nothing to play for, while they attempt to win a 19th Scudetto and their first in more than a decade.
The Rossoneri have an excellent recent record against Torino and with the hosts going through a bit of a rough patch, this has the hallmarks of a regulation away win that will take Milan one step closer to the title.
Read on for our full match preview and expert football betting tips.
Milan head into this one in excellent form, and at the time of writing have won their last three games without conceding a goal and you’d have to go back to their 1-1 draw with Udinese for the last time they didn’t keep a clean sheet.
Contrast that with a Torino side who you can certainly describe as somewhat patchy. This weekend’s hosts come into this one off the back of a 1-0 win over basement boys Salernitana, but they hadn’t won in their eight games prior to that and had kept just one clean sheet in their previous nine.
You have to go back to mid-January for the last time they scored more than once in a match, and against a Milan side who are notoriously robust at the back, we think Torino are likely to struggle on the goals front once again.
They also have a dreadful scoring record against Milan in recent meetings, having failed to find the net in each of their last five encounters, losing four of them and drawing the other.
So, with Milan having everything to play for and Torino coasting towards the end of the season, we can’t see anything other than a Milan win to nil which is available at 13/5 with LeoVegas.
It’s been a poor couple of years for Torino, who have had to deal with back-to-back relegation battles in the 2019/20 and 2020/21 seasons.
So now they find themselves in midtable obscurity we can perhaps forgive them for taking their foot off the gas a little, as a charge for the European places was always going to be a huge ask of this side.
Andrea Belotti has had a disappointing season, with just five goals, and with the forward’s contract expiring at the end of the season, it’s looking increasingly likely that the 28-year-old will depart for pastures new in the summer, leaving a huge void up top.
And Torino have their fair share of injuries ahead of this one, with Dennis Praet, Pietro Pellegri and Koffi Djidji all missing for Sunday’s clash.
We’re into the business end of the season now and Milan have some decent fixtures to look forward to as they look to ramp up the pressure on Napoli and city rivals Inter.
Prior to facing Torino, they face another mid-table side in Bologna and after Sunday’s trip to Turin they host a Genoa side that has won just two games all season. Tricky games against Lazio and Atalanta are just around the corner, though, so wins are imperative in the first half April if they’re to maintain their momentum heading into the run-in.
But they’re doing everything they need to do. Sure, they aren’t scoring tonnes of goals, but successful Italian sides are built on solid defences and they don’t come much tougher than Milan’s, who have conceded less than a goal per game over the course of the season and only eight in the whole of 2022 in the league.
And we can see that run continuing against a Torino side who, let’s face it, are probably already booking their summer holidays.
These two have faced off a total of 28 times and Milan have a huge head-to-head advantage with 20 victories, while Torino have won on only two occasions.
The Stadio Olimpico Grande Torino is one of Italy’s most traditional football venues, having opened all the way back in 1933.
It’s one of the smaller grounds in the Italian top flight, with a capacity of just over 25,000, but that hasn’t made it an easy hunting ground for away sides, with only four of them winning here so far this season.
Milan have enjoyed plenty of success over Torino in recent years and considering the state of play at the summit of the Serie A table, we can see the Rossoneri winning sequence continuing here.
It must be said that Torino have markedly improved this season, but a run of just one win in their last nine games suggests they know their work is done for the year, paving the way for a comfortable away victory for Milan.