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    22/02/2018 Kick Off:  8:05 pm San Siro V Predicted Score:3 - 0

    Away PFC Ludogorets Razgrad

      Match Summary

      1 Look out for:

      Milan to win to nil at 31/20. Should be a very comfortable evening for Milan and they have been very solid defensively of late.

      2 We fancy:

      Milan/Milan in the half-time/full-time market a 13/10. Milan will want a strong start to kill off any hopes Ludogorets have of getting back into the game and they should be able to see this game out.

      3 It's a long shot, but…

      Ludogorets to win, both teams to score at 25/2. If the away side are going to win this game then they will concede given that they will be attacking so much. Milan could make changes and the side could be weakened.

      Team News

      AC Milan's Last Six:

        Won: 4 Draw: 2 Lost: 0

        Manuel Locatelli will return to the midfield after serving his suspension in the first-leg whilst Leonardo Bonucci could be rested. The team could look relatively similar to the first-leg bar a few changes.

        PFC Ludogorets Razgrad's Last Six:

          Won: 3 Draw: 1 lost: 2

          Natanael Pimienta and Claudiu Keşerü will return from suspension to play against Milan in possibly the only two changes.

          AC Milan vs PFC Ludogorets Razgrad Betting Tips, Preview & Predictions

          Gianluigi Donnarumma should be in for a quiet night in the Milan goal

          Milan will look to confirm their place in the Europa League Round of 16 when they welcome Ludogorets to the San Siro in the second-leg, holding a 3-0 victory.

          The home side are all but through to the next round but will want a quick start to ensure there can be no shocks. At just over 1/2 there is not much value in them so the way to go would be the half-time/full-time market with Milan/Milan at 13/10 presents a much better price. Gennaro Gattuso will want Milan to win the game early so he can rest players for the weekend’s league game against Roma.

          Ludogorets do not look to have much chance here but given the tie is all but done, Milan might not play at full-strength for the whole game.  Given that, the second-leg result could be slightly more competitive and the winning margin to be just 1 goal at 3/1 could be a good way to go in the circumstances.

          However, this looks like being a very comfortable night for Milan and the win to nil at 31/20 is a bet that represents value. They won the first-leg to nil away from home and Ludogorets did not look threatening in an attacking sense. Milan have won four of their last six games to nil and have conceded just two goals in those six games.

          Ludogorets won only two of their six Europa League group stage matches and won just one of their three away group stage games. Milan are in great form this calendar year and this tie looks to be all but done and even if Ludogorets do pull a goal back, Milan have enough to win this comfortably.

          Predicted Score: AC Milan 3 - 0 PFC Ludogorets Razgrad

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