Juventus vs AC Milan – betting prediction, odds for the Serie A match (28.05.2023, 20:45 CET)

Juventus vs AC Milan – betting prediction, odds for the Serie A match
Juventus vs AC Milan – betting prediction, odds for the Serie A match

This weekend, in Italy’s Serie A, the fixtures of the 37th and penultimate matchday will take place. Here, the classic Juventus Turin vs AC Milan on Sunday at 20:45 will close the programme. Thus, the seventh-ranked side in Italy’s Serie A table will receive the fourth-placed one. However, on the pitch, the Bianconeri and the Rossoneri collected 69 and 64 points respectively.

What speaks for Juventus?

  • Dropped points in their last seven Serie A home fixtures only against champions SSC Napoli.

What speaks for AC Milan?

  • The opponent must accept the deduction of ten points.

Our betting tip:

  • Tip: Under 2.5 goals
  • Odds: 1.83

Expert analysis Juventus

Juventus had a pitch-black day on Monday. Because: Immediately after the Italian federation FIGC deducted ten points in the Serie A table, Massimiliano Allegri’s team slid into a 1-4 away debacle against the 14th-ranked Empoli. This marked the Bianconeri’s fourth defeat in eight league appearances. Immediately before and after the international break at the end of March, Juventus Turin celebrated two 1-0 victories away against the third-placed Inter Milan and at home against the third-bottom Hellas Verona.

But then the Old Lady lost three times in a row. After a 1-2 defeat at the second-placed Lazio, the Old Lady suffered two 0-1 defeats at the 13th-ranked Sassuolo and at home against the champions SSC Napoli. Then, after a 1-1 at the ninth-placed Bologna, Juventus got back on the winning track with a 2-1 over the fifth-bottom Lecce.

Thereafter, Allegri’s side won 2-0 at the fifth-placed Atalanta plus at the Allianz Stadium against the second-bottom Cremonese. The latter was the seventh time in nine Serie A fixtures with Juventus Turin with less than 2.5 goals scored. The same result applied to all the Bianconeri’s last six knockout matches in the Europa League. There, they played against Freiburg, Sporting Lisbon, and Sevilla FC.

Expert analysis AC Milan

On Saturday, AC Milan celebrated a 5-1 home win against the last in Italy’s Serie A table, Sampdoria. This ended a streak of seven championship appearances for Stefano Pioli’s side in which always less than 2.5 goals were scored. After a surprising 4-0 victory in Naples, the Rossoneri first saw a 0-0 against Empoli, a 1-1 in Bologna and a 2-0 against Lecce. Then, AC Milan drew 1-1 at the sixth-placed AS Roma and at home against Cremonese.

Afterwards, the Rossoneri experienced an emotional rollercoaster in the Serie A. For: They recorded a 2-0 at the Giuseppe Meazza Stadium against Lazio and a week later a 0-2 away defeat against the fourth-last-placed Spezia. Furthermore, AC Milan lost in the Champions League semi-finals against Inter Milan 0-2 at home and 0-1 away. Previously, less than 2.5 goals were scored in the round of sixteen against Tottenham Hotspur (1-0, 0-0) and in the quarter-finals against SSC Napoli (1-0, 1-1).

Head-to-head comparison Juventus vs AC Milan

The first classic AC Milan vs Juventus in Italy’s Serie A 2022/2023 took place on 8 October and ended in a 2-0 home win. This marked the third time in a row that less than 2.5 goals resulted in a clash between the Bianconeri and the Rossoneri. Because: In the 2021/2022 season, Juventus Turin drew 1-1 against AC Milan at the Allianz Stadium and 0-0 at the Giuseppe Meazza Stadium.

Our betting tip and the best odds

The rivals in the Juventus vs AC Milan classic experienced in their last championship games a 1-4 debacle at Empoli and a 5-1 home win against Sampdoria. But before the victory against the last-placed team, exemplary in seven Serie A fixtures of the Rossoneri and additionally in the Champions League semi-final against Inter Milan, always less than 2.5 goals were scored. Moreover, in seven of the nine league appearances played by the home side up to mid-May, a maximum of two goals resulted.

Juventus vs AC Milan – betting prediction: Under 2.5 goals, odds 1.83

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