Serie A Preview: AC Milan Vs Torino, Key Stats, H2H, Line-ups, Prediction

Frank Kessie-AC Milan

AC Milan welcome Torino to the San Siro this Tuesday to continue their quest to be crowned Champions of the 2021/22 Serie A season.

Venue: San Siro

Key Statistics

AC Milan have conceded two or more goals in three out of their last four games.

They have only failed to score once in their last 12 games.

They have won their last four league games at home.

Torino have won just one of their last five games.

They have scored twelve league goals this season and have conceded ten.

AC Milan are the best disciplined SA side so far with just 14 yellow and no red cards (1.56 per match on average).

Head to head

AC Milan have a superior head-to-head record in this fixture. They have won six of the last 15 competitive meetings with the visitors (D7, L2).

Latest Performances in all competitions

AC Milan: W-L-W-W-L

Torino: W-L-L-D-D

AC Milan 

AC Milan bounced back from their disappointing loss to Porto in the Champions League last week, to record a dramatic 4-2 win over nine men Bologna on Saturday. 

Late goals from Ismael Bennacer and Zlatan Ibrahimovic spared the San Siro side and ensured that they continued their impressive start to the season. 

The win was their fifth consecutive win in the league and was also the third time in a row they were scoring three or more goals in a league match.

Despite the many injuries in the team, Stefano Pioli has managed to pull his squad together and keep them within touching distance at the top of the table.

They will hope to keep their unbeaten record intact when they welcome Torino to the capital. Their chances of doing so in this tie remain high, as they are currently unbeaten against Torino in the last five games.

Meanwhile, Theo Hernandez and Brahim Diaz are still COVID-19 positive and will miss the game.

Goalkeeper Mike Maignan and Alessandro Florenzi are also injured while Ante Rebic, Franck Kessie and Pietro Pellegri are all injury doubts for this match.

Possible AC Milan starting line-ups

Ciprian Tatarusanu; Davide Calabria, Simon Kjaer, Fikayo Tomori, Fode Ballo-Toure; Sandro Tonali, Ismael Bennacer; Alexis Saelemaekers, Rade Krunic, Rafael Leao; Olivier Giroud.


Torino have begun the Serie A season with three league wins, two draws and four losses, leaving them outside of the top ten after nine games.

Their 3-2 win against Genoa last time out ended a four-game winless run in the league and will give them some measure of confidence heading into this tie 

However, their manager, Ivan Jurić, has failed to beat Milan in five attempts at the San Siro (D3, L2), despite seeing his side at the time score in four of those games. 

He will hope for something better this time against an injury-ravaged Milan side.

Possible Torino starting line-ups

Vanja Milinkovic-Savic; Bremer, Ricardo Rodriguez, Koffi Djidji; Ola Aina, Sasa Lukic, Rolando.


Despite their recent struggles, AC Milan remains the favourites here and should do enough to win this game.