Our recommended bet for Tuesday’s clash at San Siro comes in the form of a draw between AC Milan and Chelsea, featuring a goal from Rossoneri star Rafael Leao.
A £10 wager for such an outcome will secure you a return of £150 with Bet365.
One of the most high-profile fixtures of the upcoming round of Champions League fixtures is set to play out at San Siro on Tuesday, October 11th.
The clash in question will see Italian champions AC Milan play host to Premier League heavyweights Chelsea.
These two sides, of course, met less than a week ago, at Stamford Bridge. And, when all was said and done, it was the hosts who emerged not victors, but comfortable at that, owing to goals on the part of all of Wesley Fofana, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Reece James.
We at 101, though, predict an altogether different 90 minutes playing out in Lombardy this coming Tuesday.
Milan, all told, simply failed to show what they are capable of in west London, looking like a deer in the headlights when tasked with competing with one of Europe’s elite.
But, fresh off a morale-boosting return to winning ways at the expense of Max Allegri’s Juventus at the weekend, and with a rowdy San Siro crowd cheering them on this time round, the Rossoneri will have their sights set firmly on revenge.
Add to this the fact that star defender Theo Hernandez is now match fit and raring to go, and Stefano Pioli’s troops should prove an altogether more tough nut to crack in gameweek 4 of the Champions League.
Turning attentions towards Tuesday’s visitors, it would, of course, be remiss not to highlight just how much better Chelsea have looked of late.
Under the watch of new boss Graham Potter, the Blues are swiftly rediscovering their attacking verve, with last week’s triumph on the European stage having been followed at the weekend by another 3-0 win, on this occasion at the expense of Wolverhampton Wanderers.
The capital giants, as a result, will make the trip to San Siro still in possession of the tag of favourites.
Expect an action-packed affair, in turn, to play out over the course of the 90 minutes on Tuesday night, but with the spoils, on this occasion, shared between the two sides.