Carlo Ancelotti's Bayern fell on penalties after being held to a 1-1 draw against Arsenal in Shanghai, while Milan suffered a 3-1 loss against Borussia Dortmund in Guangzou.
The Italian side, meanwhile, turn their attention to Europa League qualifying, with a third qualifying round clash against Romanian side CSU Craiova to come next week, before a friendly against Real Betis.
|Game||Bayern Munich vs AC Milan|
|Date||Saturday, July 22|
|Time||17:35 (local) / 10:35 (BST)|
TV CHANNEL & LIVE STREAM
In the United Kingdom, the match will be available to watch live on television on Premier Sports and by stream online via the Premier Player.
|UK TV channel||Online stream|
|Premier Sports||Premier Player|
Fans in the United States can watch the game on ESPN 3 or stream live on the WatchESPN service. Additionally, ESPN Deportes is providing Spanish language coverage.
|US TV channel||Online stream|
|ESPN 3 / ESPN Deportes||WatchESPN|
SQUADS & TEAM NEWS
Bonucci trained with his new team-mates in Guangzhou on Thursday and could line up against the Bundesliga giants alongside fellow new signings Andre Silva, Lucas Biglia and Andrea Conti, who have also been with the squad in China.
New additions Franck Kessie, Fabio Borini and Ricardo Rodriguez played the bulk of the game against Dortmund, while Hakan Calhanoglu and Mateo Musacchio were introduced from the bench, so could see more time on the field in Shenzhen.
Vincenzo Montella left Gianluigi Donnarumma on the bench for entire game against BVB, preferring Marco Storari in goal, but the goalkeeper, who has committed his future to Milan, should play a part against Bayern.
Bayern will be without the services of Thiago Alcantara for the game against Milan and indeed the remainder of their Asia tour after the Bundesliga outfit confirmed that the midfielder has left the training camp in China in order to continue his recovery from injury at the club headquarters in Munich.
Arjen Robben and Jerome Boateng are not with the squad in China, but the pair are training in Germany and are expected to be available for the Audi Cup in August. Manuel Neuer, meanwhile, is also working towards a return from injury, but the goalkeeper may be forced to miss the entirety of pre-season.
In Neuer's absence, veteran shotstopper Tom Starke and youth-team player Christian Fruchtl deputised against Arsenal. Ahead of them, David Alaba lined up alongside Mats Hummels in the heart of defence, which is a partnership that is likely to be reprised with Boateng in Germany.
Bayern Munich are 1/2 favourites to win, according to dabblebet, while AC Milan are rated 5/1 to beat the Bundesliga champions. A draw is available at 10/3.
The penalty defeat to Arsenal won't have shaken Bayern's confidence too much, but Carlo Ancelotti will definitely be keen for his players to put in an improved performance against Milan.
The German champions dominated much of the game against the Gunners, but struggled to take their chances and a lapse late in the match allowed their opponents to ultimately steal victory.
With the retirement of Philipp Lahm and Xabi Alonso, there are places up for grabs, so these friendly games are increasingly important as Ancelotti figures out how best to adapt.
James Rodriguez has shown positive signs since his arrival from Real Madrid, but a number of players have been underwhelming, with Renato Sanches among those who will need to step up.
For Milan, the game against Bayern will be a warm-up for their first competitive game of the season, with Europa League qualifying games against CSU Craiova to come.
Montella is likey to use the occasion to give some playing time to the likes of Bonucci, Silva and Conti, as well as further bedding in Kessie, Rodriguez and Borini to his style of play.
Given their transfer activity this summer, the Rossoneri have ambitious plans for this season, but it will probably take some time for the new assortment of players to bond together, so Montella will have to make the most of what experimental opportunities he receives.