Milan won one of the previous seven outings across competitions

Torino lost just two of the last ten league matches. AC Milan won one of the previous seven outings across competitions. Eight of Torino’s last ten league affairs finished with fewer than three goals scored.

Torino terminated their five-game winless streak by dispatching Verona 2-1 on the road last Sunday. They will be looking to back this win up this weekend. Ivan Juric’s men host AC Milan in Matchday No 37 on Saturday evening at Stadio Olimpico Grance Torino.

Juric announced that he would resign from the position of Torino’s head coach after the end of this season. This is thus going to be his last home match in charge. Torino have lost just two games on the home patch during the whole season. We by no means see them as the underdogs here, especially knowing about AC Milan’s lack of proper motivation ahead of the final two games of the season.

AC Milan have also ended a negative trend of their own last weekend. They snapped a six-game winless run across competitions by beating Cagliari 5-1 seven days ago at Stadio Giuseppe Meazza. Christian Pulisic starred with a brace on the occasion. The Rossoneri will finish the season 2nd regardless of what happens in the final two rounds.

Torino did not shine last weekend in Verona but late quickfire goals from substitutes Zannetos Savva and Pietro Pellegri brought them the victory. It was only the first win in the last six league matches for the Toro. However, Juric’s men have also lost just twice in the previous ten Serie A affairs.

The fact they suffered just 2 defeats in 18 home matches in this term of Serie A speaks volumes as well. AC Milan picked up just 5 wins in the previous 21 away games against the Toro.

The Rossoneri have not been quite inspired of late either, winning just one of the last seven matches in all competitions. We will take the home win or draw double chance pick at the 1.50 odds.

The Under 2.5 goals pick is always the way to go in Torino’s outings. Eight of Torino’s previous ten league matches ended with fewer than three goals scored. The Toro did bag two goals away at Verona last weekend but they’ve done so from their two lone shots on target at Stadio MarcAntonio Bentegodi.

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