Stefano Pioli has made two changes to the starting XI for Milan-Bologna compared to the clash against Atalanta last time out. It’s a good opportunity for the Rossoneri to get back to winning ways as Inter lost yesterday.
The 1-1 draw against Atalanta left a bitter-sweet taste as Milan could have come away with all three points. The overall performance was there but they lacked the final touch, which is why Pioli has made two attacking changes for tonight’s clash.
Charles De Ketelaere starts instead of Brahim Diaz in the trequartista role, hoping to show his best side in front of a sold-out San Siro. Furthermore, Olivier Giroud has got the nod instead of Ante Rebic for the centre-forward role.
Official Milan XI (4-2-3-1): Maignan; Calabria, Kalulu, Tomori, Theo; Bennacer, Tonali; Messias, De Ketelaere, Leao; Giroud.
Bench: Tatarusanu, Mirante, Ballo-Toure, Adli, Diaz, Rebic, Bakayoko, Kjaer, Florenzi, Origi, Pobega, Gabbia, Saelemaekers.
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Official Bologna XI (3-5-2): Skorupski: Soumoaro, Medel, Lucumi; Kasius; Vignato, Dominguez, Schouten, Lykogiannis; Barrow, Arnautovic.
Bench: Bagnolini, Bardi; Amey, Angeli, Bonifazi, De Silvestri, Lykogiannīs, Mbaye, Sosa; Aebischer, Ferguson, Soriano, Urbanski; Raimondo, Sansone.