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AC Milan vs Juventus betting tips: Serie A preview, prediction and odds

This article provides a preview, odds and recommended bets for the Serie A meeting between AC Milan and Juventus on October 8th, 2022

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AC Milan vs Juventus

October 08, 2022

5:00 pm BST

Our recommended bet for Saturday’s clash at San Siro comes in the form of a score draw between AC Milan and Juventus.

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Match preview

The most highly-anticipated fixture of the upcoming Serie A gameweek, without question, is primed to play out at San Siro on Saturday, October 8th.

The clash in question will see Scudetto holders AC Milan play host to Massimiliano Allegri’s stuttering Juventus.

Starting with the former, Milan have kicked the defence of their Serie A crown into gear in altogether hit-and-miss fashion.

The Rossoneri, to their credit, have secured wins in five of their eight outings across the season to date.

The latest of these came last weekend, when Stefano Pioli’s men staged the most dramatic of late shows, to ultimately emerge on the right side of a 3-1 scoreline away to Empoli.

Rafael Leao, reigning Player of the Year in Italy’s top-flight, almost inevitably proved the star of the show, bagging a goal and an assist to take his tally for the term to a head-turning 10 direct goal contributions in 10 appearances.

The fine early-season form of a number of Scudetto rivals, though, means that Milan’s haul of 17 points leaves them on the outside looking in at the Champions League places at present.

In turn, they will no doubt be hopeful of climbing back into the top-4 this weekend, in bouncing back from a midweek Champions League drubbing at the hands of Chelsea courtesy of a win over Juventus.

As has proven one of the headline talking points across the early weeks of the term in Serie A, Juve, so recently the sole dominant force in Italian football, have suffered an alarming dip in form of late.

The Bianconeri, all told, have won just four of their 11 fixtures across all competitions in 2022/23.

Max Allegri’s troops, to their credit, have gone some way towards correcting such woes since returning from the international break, in putting Bologna and Maccabi Haifa to the sword in consecutive outings.

Central to the latter of these triumphs, meanwhile, was summer arrival Angel Di Maria, whose haul of three assists provided a reminder of just how much the injury-plagued Argentine can add to a Juventus XI otherwise sorely lacking in creativity at present.

With star striker Dusan Vlahovic too back to firing on all cylinders for club and country, we at 101 predict a tightly-contested affair at San Siro on Saturday evening.

The points being shared between Milan and Juventus therefore looks the safest bet ahead of the clash.

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Conor Laird

Conor Laird

Die-hard Juventus fan with a love for all things Italian, and a real soft spot for Arsenal cult heroes. Emmanuel Eboue, Nicklas Bendtner, Philippe Senderos... Give them all statues outside the Emirates.

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