At the beginning of the campaign, the Rossoneri showed so much promise that many believed the glory days were coming back but it was not to be.
They lost steam, had to replace managers and though things improved under Gennaro Gattuso, all they can settle for is a place in the Europa League next season. BetKing still prices them at (1.82) to win their final game.
The Viola showed a lot of promise too this season but have been going back and forth with results.
They are currently three points behind Atalanta for the final Europa League spot, however, La Dea enjoy a goal difference of seven, making the job harder. Regardless, odds of (4.10) support the Tuscany-based club to bag a win in Milan.
The same betting firm quotes odds of (3.75) for the game to end in a draw.
What’s more is that the Italian fashion capital club have won their last two home games against the Viola and are thus (1.40) to win either half on their turf.
Stefano Pioli’s men do have an impressive record on the road, winning four of their last five league games, scoring at least two goals. Bold punters can back them for a win or draw with two or more goals at a tempting price of (2.52).
Milan are one of two teams to be unbeaten in the Serie A this season when taking the lead, winning 17 times and drawing four times in 21 games. They are thus available at (1.62) to score the game’s opening goal with BetKing.