Frey, Andreolli, Dainelli, Acerbi, Drame
Guani, L.Rigoni, Cofie
Abate, Mexes, Bonera, Constant
Flamini, Muntari, Montolivo
Niang, Balotelli, El Shaarawy
The international break was an unwelcome pit stop for Massimiliano Allegri, with his AC Milan side on a run of three straight league wins.
However, with talisman Mario Balotelli scoring three times in two games against Brazil and Malta and defender Mattia De Sciglio receiving rave reviews on the back of his first Italy cap, the Rossoneri should be in good health as they bid to consolidate third spot.
The visitors go into the game without Nigel de Jong, Giampaolo Pazzini and Kevin-Prince Boateng through injury, while Gennaro Sardo, Nikos Spyropoulos and Mamado Samassa are all absent for Chievo.
|DID YOU KNOW?|
- Despite enduring a spell of indifferent form, Stephan El Shaarawy remains AC Milan's top goalscorer with 16 goals to his name.
- AC Milan have won their last 12 games against Chievo in all competitions.
- There have been under 2.5 goals scored in Chievo's last five serie A games.
- Cyrille Thereau's seven goals put him at the top of the host's goalscoring charts.
- The Flying Donkeys have struggled for goals this term, finding the back of the net just 31 times in 29 games.
- Chievo have won their last two Serie A games, defeating both Napoli and Pescara 2-0.
- Eugenio Corini's side go into the game 10 points above the relegation places.