There’s not really much Milan can achieve this year besides making amends with fans for a lost season. Motivation may lack in away games, but on home ground Milan will be fired up, just like it happened 2 rounds ago against Chievo, when Milan easily won 3-0 after dominating the entire game.
Regardless the mediocre results this season, there’s no denying Milan have talented players that can easily make the difference thanks to individual skills. Not only that, but chemistry is also running high especially in the offensive department, mainly thanks to Kaka’s good form and vision. But the Brazilian midfielder is not the only one active lately, as striker Balotelli, and wingers Taarabt and Honda are also showing increased playing appetite.
At the back things look good for Milan, with the defense in 4 receiving constant support form the 2 central midfielders.
Although there are still 6 rounds to be played, Catania’s fate seems to be sealed already. Last round marked Catania’s fifth consecutive defeat. It’s been two months already since Catania managed to win a game, and judging by recent performances, their next victory won’t come too soon…
Last week Catania opened the score early on home ground against Torino. Afterwards they concentrated mostly on defending, but the average skills prevented Catania from achieving their goal, and they ended up losing 2-1.
It’s just sad watching Catania struggle to keep up with Serie A clubs. Undoubtedly they will fit the scenario better next season in Serie B…
Catania will miss suspended defender Peruzzi.
The difference between Milan and Catania is just huge and hosts shouldn’t have too many problems in assuring the 3 points and pleasing their fans. Milan -1.5 at 2.05 from Ladbrokes is definitely worth some medium to high stakes.
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