AC Milan and Frosinone will battle it out this evening at Stadio Benito Stirpe. Based on recent form, as well as the H2H stats, the Rossoneri are the clear favourites and will be looking to bounce back with a strong win.
Milan failed to beat Bologna last time out, coming away with just one point after missing two penalties and conceding a 92nd-minute equaliser.
If you feel like you know which way it will go and fancy a flutter, check out a detailed overview first. If awarded a penalty tonight, it has been reported that Christian Pulisic could be the one to step up.
You can read our pre-match preview of the clash, while below are the best stats ahead of the game…
➤ Milan are unbeaten against Frosinone in Serie A (W3 D2), only facing Pisa (12), Crotone and Lecco (both six) more often in the top-flight without ever losing.
➤ Milan have scored twice as many goals as Frosinone in five matches against the Ciociari in the top-flight: 12 v 6.
➤ After five defeats in a row, Frosinone haven’t lost in their last two league matches (W1 D1), the Ciociari could register a longer streak without defeat in Serie A for the first time since the period between August and September 2023 (five in that case).
➤ Frosinone have picked up 20 points from their 11 home league games this season; as many as in their previous two Serie A campaigns combined at this stage (19 – 14 in 2015/16 and five in 2018/19).
➤ Frosinone have scored 29 goals in 22 league matches this season, as many as they netted in the entirety of their previous Serie A campaign (29 goals in 38 MDs in 2018/19) – indeed, only in 2015/16 (35) have the Ciociari scored more goals in a single Serie A season.
➤ Milan have won their last two away league games, the Rossoneri could win three away matches in a row in a single Serie A season for the first time since the period between September and October 2022 (against Sampdoria, Empoli and Hellas Verona in that case).
➤ This game will see the team that has scored the most first half goals in Serie A this season (Milan, 24) take on the side that has conceded the most goals in the opening 45 minutes this term (Frosinone, 20).
➤ Milan and Frosinone are two of the four teams that have scored the most goals from corners in Serie A this season: both six, level with Juventus and Atalanta.
➤ Matías Soulé (nine goals in the current league season) could become the first player to score at least 10 goals in a single Serie A season for Frosinone (nine also for Daniel Ciofani and Federico Dionisi, both in 2015/16).
➤ Ruben Loftus-Cheek has scored five goals in Serie A this season, only in 2018/19 has he netted more in a league campaign (six goals for Chelsea). The Englishman has scored in his last two league appearances, the last Milan midfielder to score in three Serie A games in a row was Franck Kessié in July 2020, while excluding penalties, Mathieu Flamini in April 2013 was the last midfielder to do so for the club.