Though Vincenzo Montella’s men have not been impressive in the Serie A lately, losing their last two games to Roma and Inter Milan respectively which ssees them sit in 10th position on the log, they boast of better stats in the European second tier having secured six points in their two outings thus far.
In addition, the Rossoneri have won five of their last six duels and have been unbeaten in their previous ten games in the Europa League. Bet365 is placing a price tag of (1.44) for them to triumph here.
A share of the spoils is available at (4.75) with the same betting company.
For the Greek side, they are unlikely to hurt the seven-time European champions having failed to secure victory in their last three encounters, losing one and drawing two.
Nevertheless, they have four points in Group D, with a victory over Rijeka and a draw against Austria Wien. They have not been striking outside their turf, recording just two wins in their last five. They will have to upset odds of (8.00) in order to boost their chances of securing a ticket to the next round of the competition.
Milan have racked up 27 goals in 12 matches while their foe have scored four in four duels. Odds of (1.75) are available for more than three goals to surface here and (1.95) for both sides to find the back of the net.
Punters looking to make a good investment can back Andre Silva to net anytime in the clash at odds of (2.10), bearing in mind that the youngster has banged in six goals in the Europa League this term.