SPAL vs. Milan Serie A Betting Tips and Preview

SPAL vs. Milan, Serie A

Sunday evening’s Serie A action sees top four chasing Milan travel to a mid-table SPAL, who have nothing of significance to play for. The Rossoneri have won three games in a row in all competitions while SPAL have lost each of their last two.

Where and when: Stadio Paolo Mazza, Ferrara– 26 May, kick-off 19:30

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

Last time: Milan have won all three of the meetings between the two sides in Serie A prior to this, including a 2-1 victory at the Stadio Giuseppe Meazza back in December. Samu Castillejo and Gonzalo Higuain were on target for the Rossoneri that day.

Result: draw 10/3 Offer Williamhill
Andrea Petagna anytime scorer 15/8 Offer Betvictor
Under 2.5 goals 5/4 Offer 888sport

SPAL vs. Milan Predictions and Preview

Milan desperately need to win this game if they are to have any hope of a top four finish and a return to Champions League football.

Gennaro Gattuso’s side are currently fifth in the standings and one points off both Atalanta, in third, and city rivals Inter (fourth), who are at home to Sassuolo and Empoli respectively on the final day.

SPAL have lost each of their last two matches – by single-goal margins against Napoli and Sassuolo – but had won six of the previous eight, including against Juventus, Roma and Lazio.

It is not surprising that it is the visitors who are slight favourites to win this encounter at odds of 1/2, with SPAL priced at 11/2 and the draw available at 10/3.

Just 12 goals have gone in across Milan’s last seven matches so under 2.5 goals at 5/4 appears to be a solid bet with under 1.5 at 19/5.

A ‘double chance’ on SPAL to come away with either a draw or a win is available at 8/5 while an Milan win/draw outcome is at 1/10.

If you fancy Milan to be leading at both half-time and at the final whistle, such odds are available at 27/20.

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One to watch for SPAL: Andrea Petagna has scored 17 goals in just 36 appearances for SPAL this campaign including four in his last five and is at 15/8 to find the net in this game.

One to watch for Milan: Krzysztof Piatek remains the dangerman for the hosts after ending a six game streak without a goal against Frosinone last time out – he has already netted 22 goals in Serie A this campaign and is at 11/10 to score here.

Long shot: Milan have found the net just nine times in their last eight matches while SPAL have three clean sheets in their last nine. Odds of this game to finish scoreless are available at 14/1.

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