Milan vs. Bologna Serie A Betting Tips and Preview

Milan vs. Bologna, Serie A

Monday evening’s Serie A action sees Bologna travel to an out-of-form Milan, who have just one victory in their last eight games. Bologna by contrast have an impressive 19 points from their last eight matches.

Where and when: Stadio Giuseppe Meazza, Milan– 6 May, kick-off 19:30

Where you can see Milan vs. Bologna: Premier Sports, William Hill

Last time: The fixture earlier in the campaign ended scoreless – back in December – a draw which ended a run of five consecutive victories for the Rossoneri in the fixture.

Under 1.5 goals 11/4 Offer Williamhill
Bologna double chance 6/5 Offer Betvictor
Riccardo Ossolini anytime scorer 9/2 Offer 888sport

Milan vs. Bologna Predictions and Preview

Milan are in a dreadful run of form – in their last eight games across all competitions they have won just once and been defeated on five occasions.

Gennaro Gattuso is now a man under pressure in the dugout as his side have slipped to sixth and been eliminated from the Coppa Italia.

Bologna have gone on a remarkable run of form to lift themselves out of the relegation zone and alleviate their worries in the run-in.

Sinisa Mihajlovic’s side have won six of their last eight matches and are now in the relative comfort of a 14th placed position.

It is not surprising that it is the hosts who are slight favourites to win this encounter at odds of 13/20, with Bologna priced at 9/2 and the draw available at 11/4.

These fixtures tend to produce relatively few goals with just 12 going in across the past seven meetings and none in the last game so under 1.5 goals at 11/4 appears to be a solid bet with under 2.5 at 17/20.

A ‘double chance’ on Bologna to come away with either a draw or a win is available at 6/5 while a Milan win/draw outcome is at 1/7.

If you fancy Milan to be leading at both half-time and at the final whistle, such odds are available at 17/10.

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One to watch for Milan: Krzysztof Piatek already has eight league goals for the Rossoneri and 21 in the Italian top flight this season but is without a goal in four – he is at 23/20 to score here.

One to watch for Bologna: Ricardo Ossoloni has netted in each of his last two matches and in four of his last seven – he is at a tempting 9/2 to score here.

Long shot: Milan have scored just four goals in their last seven games while Bologna have conceded just one goal in four. Odds of this game to finish scoreless are available at 9/1.

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