They sit at the top of the group following their impressive start in the tournament, having gathered six points from two games, coming from victories over F91 Dudelange and Olympiakos.
The Rossoneri have been sparkling on their turf lately, having won four of their previous five games and have not tasted defeat in their last five outings in front of their home fans. A victory valued at Bet365’s odds of (2.05) will move them five points clear at the top of Group F.
Although they have never met in a competitive game, both sides cancelling each other out at the end of regular time is available at a chunky (3.50) with the same betting firm.
After their commanding 3-0 victory over F91 Dudelange in their last outing in the tournament, Quique Setien’s men have failed to build on the blistering form with back-to-back league losses to Atletico Madrid and Real Valladolid.
Considering their poor away record, having lost four of their previous five games, they will have a daunting task of surmounting the odds of (4.00).
Milan have scored in each of their last five home games while Betis have only notched one goal in their previous five away games which makes Bet365’s offer of (2.00) a good value for both sides NOTto score.
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