AC Milan will be looking to continue their 100% start to the season on Sunday evening when they face Crotone away from home.
The Rossoneri have won all three competitive games this season and won their Serie A opener on Monday night, beating Bologna 2-0 thanks to a double from Zlatan Ibrahimovic.
Head coach Stefano Pioli will not be able to call upon the Swede for the trip to Calabria though as he is out with Coronavirus, as is Leo Duarte, while Alessio Romagnoli, Andrea Conti and Mateo Musacchio will all miss out.
– Milan are unbeaten in each of their four Serie A matches against Crotone (W3, D1).
– Milan are unbeaten in their last 13 Serie A games against newly-promoted teams (W8, D5), scoring in each of their last nine meetings. Their last defeat was back in April 2018 against Benevento.
– Milan are unbeaten in their last 13 league games (W10, D3), the longest current run in Serie A; it’s the Rossoneri’s longest run since April 2013 (14 games).
– Milan have kept a clean sheet in their last two Serie A games; last keeping a clean sheet in more consecutive matches back in March 2018 (four).
– Milan have scored in each of their last 21 league games, with the Rossoneri last having a longer streak in the Italian top flight in March 2009 (22).
– Stefano Pioli has picked up 27 points in his first 15 Serie A away matches as Milan boss; the only Rossoneri coach to have collected more points (31) in his first 15 matches away from home in the three-point per win era was Massimiliano Allegri.
– Milan are the team against which Luca Cigarini has scored the most goals in Serie A (two, level with Inter), scoring with Napoli and Atalanta. His next appearance in Serie A will be his 350th in the competition.