AC Milan and Torino will meet for the 150th time in their Serie A history tonight as the Rossoneri go in search of another huge three points.
Stefano Pioli’s men will be looking to build off what is potentially their most important win of the season, one that came across the city at the Allianz Stadium as they ran out 3-0 winners against top four rivals Juventus, meaning a place in next season’s Champions League is now firmly in Milan’s hands.
You can read our match preview ahead of the game here, while below are the best pre-match stats…
➤ This will be the 150th Serie A meeting between Torino and Milan: the Rossoneri have won 61 of these games (D55, L33).
➤ Milan have won each of their last two league games against Torino without conceding a goal: the last time they enjoyed three consecutive Serie A TIM wins against the Granata without
conceding was back in 1979.
➤ Milan are winless against Torino in Serie A away games since December 2012 (a 4-2 Rossoneri win): in the last seven league meetings between these two teams at Piemonte, there’s been five draws followed by two Granata wins.
➤ Torino have drawn the most games (14) in Serie A this season.
➤ Milan have won 14 away matches in Serie A this season: in the history of the competition, only Inter have won more in a single Serie A campaign (15 in 2006-07).
➤ Milan have taken 17 penalties in Serie A this season: since 2004-05 (since Opta started to collect this data), only Lazio (18 in 2019-20) have taken more in a single Serie A campaign.
➤ Milan’s manager Stefano Pioli has gone unbeaten in his last 11 Serie A games against Torino with four draws and seven wins, including the most recent two.
➤ Torino striker Andrea Belotti has been involved in five goals in five Serie A games at the Stadio Olimpico Grande Torino against Milan (four goals, one assist), including a brace in the most recent
match (a 2-1 win in September 2019).
➤ In 2021, Milan have won 69% of their league games with Zlatan Ibrahimovic on the pitch (2.2 points per game on average), while without the Swedish forward the Rossoneri’s success rate drops to 38% (1.3 points per game on average).
➤ Milan’s Brahim Díaz has found the net in each of his last two league starts, after having scored just one goal in his previous 10 Serie A starts.