Milan will be hoping to continue their push towards a Europa League qualification spot as they travel to Atalanta in a local derby – with the hosts just one point and one place behind the Rossoneri – at the Stadio Atleti Azzurri d’Italia on Sunday. The Rossoneri will be slight favourites against a side who are now six games without defeat.
Where and when: Stadio Atleti Azzurri d’Italia, Bergamo – 13 May, kick-off 17:00
Where you can see Atalanta vs. Milan: BT Sport, William Hill
Last time: Atalanta ran out surprise 2-0 victors at the clash between the two at Stadio Giuseppe Meazza two days before Christmas as Bryan Cristante and Josip Ilicic getting netted the goals.
|Thomas Muller to score first||5/1||Offer|
|Milan to win 3-0||12/1||Offer|
|More than 5 yellow cards||7/1||Offer|
Atalanta vs. Milan Predictions and Preview
Atalanta’s impressive 1-1 draw at fourth-placed Lazio stretched their unbeaten run to six games and has given them every chance of qualifying for Europe next season.
Gian Gasperini’s conclude their season away at Cagliari the following week and have lost four of their last 11 home games in Bergamo.
Milan’s recent wins over Bologna and Hellas Verona were their first victories after a six-game winless run as any hopes of a Champions League place have slipped from their grasp.
They sit one point ahead of seventh-placed Atalanta – as they attempt to qualify for the Europa League for next season.
The visitors are favourites to win this game at odds of 13/4, with a home win available at 13/10 and the draw priced at 13/5.
Under 2.5 goals is available at 21/20 while fewer than 1.5 goals is priced at 3/1.
A ‘double chance’ on the home side to battle their way to either a point or a win is available at 2/7.
If you fancy the visitors to be leading at both half-time and at the final whistle, such odds are available at 6/1.
One to watch for Atalanta: Teenage Gambian forward Musa Barrow won his first start four games ago and has scored three goals in the time period since in a remarkable breakthrough, including the goal at Lazio.
One to watch for Milan: 20-year-old striker Patrick Cutrone is the dangerman for the Milanese giants and is their highest league scorer with seven goals to date.
Long shot: Milan have failed to score in three of their last seven games and have not conceded more than once in a game in that run, while Atalanta have conceded just three goals in their last five. A scoreless draw available at odds of 12/1.