Bogliacino, Luciano and Marcolini are injured and will miss the visit oto the San Siro.
Also, Mandelli and Sardo are suspended.
There's a bit of an injury crisis for Rossoneri boss Massimo Allegri. Pirlo, Zambrotta, Inzaghi, Bonera, Ambrosini and Abbiati are out injured for the Rossoneri.
Recovering from shock
Last weekend Chievo suffered a huge defeat as they were destroyed 4-1 by Cagliari in Sardinia. It was the Flying Donkeys' first defeat in six competitive matches and punctuated their flow.
Chievo head into this weekend's encounter with Milan 12th in the league table with 31 points from 25 matches. With nine points separating them and the relegation zone and a ten-point gulf between them and a European place, Stefano Pioli's side are indeed placed as an also-ran this season.
However, Ceo will attempt to return to winning ways and will hope to put one on over the Rossoneri. They lost 3-1 at San Siro in the reverse fixture and will have revenge on their mind as well.
Concentrating league form
AC Milan's run of two successive Serie A draws came to a screeching halt last weekend as Massimiliano Allegri's team destroyed Parma 4-0 at San Siro. January signing Antonio Cassano was the conductor of the orchestra as his terrific performance restored confidence in what was then a somewhat stuttering side.
However, in midweek the former Italian and European champions slumped to a 1-0 defeat to Tottenham Hotspur at home in the first-leg of their round of 16 Champions League tie on Tuesday evening and are one foot out of Europe.
With a three-point advantage over second-place Napoli, Milan will now have to turn their focus back on the league and continue their stride towards their first Scudetto since 2004.
Winning in Verona against Chievo will not be easy but Milan do have a formidable record on the road this season, having lost just one away league fixture. The Diavolo have conceded just a miserly nine goals in 12 matches away from San Siro.