AC Milan vs SPAL betting tips: Coppa Italia match preview & predictions

AC Milan
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Spal 2013
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Match ended
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Dabo, Bryan
Zanchetta, Federico
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Salamon, Bartosz
Kjaer, Simon
Gabbia, Matteo
82'
Bonaventura, Giacomo
Paqueta, Lucas
75'
72'
Jankovic, Marko
Valoti, Mattia
72'
Igor
Hernandez, Theo
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65'
Tomovic, Nenad
Salamon, Bartosz
Castillejo, Samu
Suso
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Murgia, Alessandro
Castillejo, Samu
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Castillejo, Samu
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Conti, Andrea
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Piatek, Krzysztof
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AC Milan vs SPAL betting tips

This article covers AC Milan vs SPAL betting tips and predictions.

Also included is a thorough AC Milan vs SPAL betting preview.

 

AC Milan vs SPAL: What are the betting odds?

 

AC Milan vs SPAL betting tips: Who will win?

AC Milan are huge 2/5 favourites to win at the San Siro.

Back SPAL to win the cup tie at 17/2.

The draw is priced at 16/5.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic is 3/1 to score the opener and 5/6 to score anytime.

Alternatively, Ante Rebic is 6/4 to score in the match, while Suso is 13/8 to score in the 90 minutes.

 

AC Milan vs SPAL betting tips: Recommended bets

Back under 2.5 goals in the game at 1/1

It’s 8/1 on Zlatan Ibrahimovic to score anytime & AC Milan to win 2-0

 

AC Milan vs SPAL betting prediction: AC Milan 2 – SPAL 0


 

AC Milan vs SPAL: Match preview

Stefano Pioli’s AC Milan are set to welcome struggling SPAL to the San Siro on Wednesday night for a Coppa Italia last-16 clash.

For the Rossoneri, the matchup will come as their competition opener, with the Milanese giants having been narrowly eliminated from last season’s Coppa by eventual winners Lazio at the semi-final stage.

SPAL, on the other hand, have already been forced to see off both FeralpiSalo and Lecce en route to the last-16.

It is hosts Milan, though, who will understandably head into proceedings as favourites to advance to the Coppa’s quarter-finals.

Though Pioli’s outfit have largely-struggled for form throughout the campaign, they are currently in the midst of a run of just 1 defeat in 7 across all competitions.

In addition, their most recent outing saw the Rossoneri secure an impressive 2-0 win at high-flying Cagliari over the weekend, a result which saw Zlatan Ibrahimovic find the net for the first time since his return, and guided the club back into the top half of the Serie A table.

By contrast, minnows SPAL have managed just a solitary league victory since the beginning of October.

A late German Pezzella strike condemned Leonardo Semplici’s outfit to their latest loss at Fiorentina on Sunday, with SPAL glued to the bottom of the Serie A table as things stand, with a dismal 12 points.

AC Milan vs SPAL: What happened last time

The last meeting between Milan and SPAL, meanwhile, saw the former emerge with a narrow 1-0 victory back in October.

The San Siro heavyweights have actually secured all 3 points in all 5 of their matchups with SPAL over the last 3 seasons, with all signs pointing towards a similar outcome when the two clubs go head-to-head once more on Wednesday.

 

AC Milan team news vs SPAL

Simon Kjaer is set for his Milan debut after joining on loan from Sevilla.

Antonio Donnarumma should start in goal as his brother, Gigio, is injured.

Elsewhere, Lucas Biglia has a hamstring injury while Leo Duarte is out with a foot injury.

SPAL team news vs AC Milan

Marco D’alessandro and Mohamed Fares are both long term absentees with cruciate ligament injuries.

 

Predicted AC Milan line-up vs SPAL

AC Milan possible XI: ​Donnarumma; Calabria, Musacchio, Romagnoli, Hernández; Krunic, Bennacer, Bonaventura; Suso, Piątek, Leão

Predicted SPAL line-up vs AC Milan

SPAL 2013 possible XI: ​Berisha; Cionek, Tomović, Felipe; Strefezza, Murgia, Missiroli, Valoti, Igor; Petagna, Floccari​

 

AC Milan last five games: WDLDW

Bologna 2 – 3 Milan

Milan 0 – 0 Sassuolo

Atalanta 5 – 0 Milan

Milan 0 – 0 Sampdoria

Cagliari 0 – 2 Milan

SPAL last five games: LLWLL

SPAL 0 – 1 Brescia

Roma 3 – 1 SPAL

Torino 1 – 2 SPAL

SPAL 0 – 2 Hellas Verona

Fiorentina 1 – 0 SPAL

 

Note: All odds mentioned in this article are correct at the time of publishing and are subject to change.

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