Milan will welcome Bologna to San Siro on Monday for their meeting of the 35th round in Serie A. After a series of poor performances Milan dropped down to 7th in the standings, but are still pretty much in the fight for the last Champions League slot, as they trail 4th placed Atalanta by three points. Bologna are 14th, with their lead over the first team in the relegation zone standing at 8 points.
Milan vs Bologna Head to Head
|Head to Head||Last H2H game||Last H2H games||Last H2H games home/away|
|Milan||Draw||12 W/ 5 D/ 3 L||6 W/ 1 D/ 3 L|
|Bologna||Draw||3 W/ 5 D/ 12 L||3 W/ 1 D/ 6 L|
Last game between the teams: 18.12.2018 Bologna – Milan 0:0; Tiemoue Bakayoko from the visiting side was sent off for two yellow cards in the 76′
Last game at this venue: 10.12.2017 Milan – Bologna 2:1; Giacomo Bonaventura 10′, 76′; Simone Verdy 23′
Worth mentioning: Milan are unbeaten in the last six H2H clashes with Bologna. Four of the previous eight meetings ended with exactly one goal scored, but none of the last four finished in 1:0 scoreline. No draw has been registered in the last five games that took place in Milan, with three of these producing over 2,5 goals and the teams exchanging 1:0 victories in the other two.
Milan vs Bologna Stats
|As of 04.05||Last game||Last 10 games||Last 5 games home/away|
|Milan||Loss||3 W/ 2 D/ 5 L||2 W/ 1 D/ 2 L|
|Bologna||Win||6 W/ 1 D/ 3 L||1 W/ 1 D/ 3 L|
Last game Milan: 28.04.2019 Torino – Milan 2:0; Andrea Belotti 58′ (penalty), Alejandro Berenguer 69′;
Last game Bologna: 27.04.2019 Bologna – Empoli 3:1; Roberto Soriano 51′, Riccardo Orsolini 82′, Nicola Sansone 90′; Marko Pajac 17′
Top performers Milan: Krzysztof Piatek 21 goals, Suso 5 goals 9 assists, Frank Kessie 5 goals 1 assist.
Top performers Bologna: Riccardo Orsolini 6 goals 4 assists, Edgar Pulgar and Federico Santander are on 6 goals and 2 assists each.
|Last 10 games||GF : GA||Over 2,5 goals||BTTS||Clean sheats|
Worth mentioning: Milan scored just four goals across their previous six matches, and recorded just one victory in the process. Just one of these games featured over 2,5 goals, while the fans witnessed goals at both ends on three occasions. Each of the Rosonerri’s last five home victories were achieved by keeping a clean sheet.
Bologna are unbeaten in last four outings and won six of their last eight games, losing one in the process. THe team conceded just one goal and recorded three victories in their previous four encounters. All but one of the team’s last five away matches featured over 2,5 goals and saw both involved sides scoring, with the only exception being the scoreless draw in their most recent visit to Fiorentina.
Milan vs Bologna News
Missing players Milan: Giacomo Bonaventura and Davide Calabria. Ivan Strinic is under question.
Missing players Bologna: Federico Mattiello.
Milan vs Bologna Predictions
Milan to win – 1.60 @ bet365