The hosts have won the last four league matches against Verona, and have the opportunity to make it five consecutive wins against them in Serie A; a record that they are yet to achieve.
The Rossoneri have already qualified for the Champions League next season and have little to play for as Napoli have already been crowned Serie A champions. However, they have picked up only 67 points and the last time Milan reached made it to Europe's elite competition with such a low points total at the end of the season was in 2002-03 (61 points).
However, Verona will give their all as their survival is at stake. They are level on points with 17th-placed Spezia and if they finish tied on points then a playoff will decide if they stay up or go down, rather than goal difference or head-to-head record.
If the two teams are still tied at the end of 90 minutes, then it will be tie-breakers without any extra time. However, for the match to take place Verona must match Spezia's result against Roma.
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Milan vs Verona kick-off time
|Date:||June 4, 2023|
|Kick-off time:||3 pm EDT|
The Serie A game between AC Milan and Verona is scheduled for June 4, 2023, at the San Siro football stadium in Milan, Italy. It will kick off at 3 pm EDT in the USA.
How to watch Milan vs Verona online - TV channels & live streams
The game will be available to stream live online through Paramount+.
Team news & squads
Milan team news
Milan have their full squad available barring long-term absentees Ismael Bennacer and Zlatan Ibrahimovic.
Stefano Pioli might field his strongest XI possible to sign off with a win in front of the home fans. Olivier Giroud should start upfront along with Rafael Leao.
Brahim Diaz might be handed a start as it potentially might be his last game in Milan. He is reported to be heading back to Real Madrid at the end of his loan spell.
Milan possible XI: Maignan; Calabria, Thiaw, Tomori, Hernandez; Krunic, Tonali; Messias, Diaz, Leao; Giroud
|Goalkeepers||Maignan, Tatarusanu, Vasquez, Mirante|
|Defenders||Tomori, Kalulu, Tomori, Gabbia, Thiaw, Kjaer, Hernandez, Ballo-Toure, Calabria, Florenzi,|
|Midfielders||Tonali, Bennacer, Bakayoko, Vranckx, Krunic, De Ketelaere, Diaz, Adli, Pobega.|
|Forwards||Giroud, Rebic, Leao, Origi, Messias, Saelemaekers, Roback|
Verona team news
Verona will miss Ondrej Duda, Kevin Lasagna, Pawel Dawidowicz and Thomas Henry with injuries. Meanwhile, Josh Doig (muscular) and Darko Lazovic (thigh) remain doubtful with minor knocks along with Simone Verdi.
In 2023, Verona have won 33% of the matches in which Verdi has played (5 out of 15), resulting in an average of 1.3 points per game. On the other hand, they have secured only one victory in seven matches without him (14% win rate, 0.9 average points).
Milan Djuric should lead the line with Cyril Ngonge supporting him.
Verona possible XI: Montipo; Magnani, Hien, Cabal; Faraoni, Tameze, Veloso, Sulemana, Depaoli; Ngonge; Djuric
|Goalkeepers:||Montipo, Perilli, Berardi.|
|Defenders:||Hien, Ceccherini, Magnani, Coppola, Cabal, Faraoni, Depaoli, Zeefuik.|
|Midfielders:||Tameze, Abildgaard, Sulemana, Veloso, Terracciano, Hrustic.|
|Forwards:||Kallon, Ngonge, Gaich, Djuric, Braaf.|
AC Milan have won four times in the past four meetings with one match ending in a draw.
|17/10/2022||Verona 1-2 AC Milan||Serie A|
|09/05/2022||Verona 1-3 AC Milan||Serie A|
|17/10/2021||AC Milan 3-2 Verona||Serie A|
|07/03/2021||Verona 0-2 AC Milan||Serie A|
|09/11/2020||AC Milan 2-2 Verona||Serie A|