On the eve of the clash between AC Milan and Brescia, the Rossoneri have confirmed that at least 50K will be at San Siro to watch the game. For Giampaolo’s men, it’s a must-win after the disappointing start the season.
As a result of the number of tickets sold, Milan have decided to open the third ring at San Siro, meaning the attendance will most likely exceed the expected 50K. Given that it’s a low-profile game, albeit the first at home, it’s a good start for the sales department.
According to Daniele Longo of Calciomercato.com, Giampaolo will stick with the 4-3-1-2 formation tomorrow, even though many were hoping for a return of the 4-3-3. Just like the first game, Castillejo and Piatek will start up front.
Hopefully, the manager have managed to work on the things that didn’t work against Udinese, as the Rossoneri are in desperate need of getting on the scoresheet.