Lionsbet Preview: AEK Athens vs AC Milan: Back both teams to score

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Both sides are confident in front of goal and are in good stead to continue with the feat when they clash on Thursday

AEK Athens square up with AC Milan at the Olympic Stadium on Thursday night for their Group D Europa League encounter.

Having secured five points in the three group games played thus far, Manolo Jiménez’s men will look to topple their visitors and brighten their chances for an early qualification to the knock-out stage of the competition.

They will be coming into this tie on the back of their 1-0 win over Panionios in the Greek Super League and a 7-0 thrashing of Apollon Larissa in the Greek Cup.

Marko Livaja - AEK Athens

However, they have not been impressive at home in the competition- winning a single game in six outings, as such, LionsBet has tagged them as underdogs at (3.55).

The Unions held off Vincenzo Montella’s side to share the spoils at San Siro in the reverse fixture and (3.25) is available for the same outcome here.

For Rossoneri, they will hope to maintain their status on the summit of the group standings with a victory over their hosts.

Although they have not been at their best form lately, winning just once in their last six encounters across board, nevertheless, they boast of striking performance in the Europa League having been unbeaten in their previous 16 matches.

Besides, the seven-time European champions have a decent record outside their turf as they have won seven of their last ten away games.  (2.15) is on offer for them to come out on top at the Olympic Stadium.

AC Milan- Athens Ps

AEK have stood to the challenge from their guests in their previous meetings as they share equal stats on head to head. A chance to avoid defeat is priced at (1.50).

The men from Athens have registered 16 goals in their last seven duels in all competitions while their opponent have notched 18 times in 11 games, therefore LionsBet qoutes (1.85) for both sides to score.

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