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TORINO-MILAN: WEATHER FORECAST

MILAN – Clear skies are forecast in Turin tonight for the match between Torino-Milan. Temperatures of around 9 degrees are forecast.

Kick-off is 20.45 local time.

GIAMPIERO VENTURA’S RECORD VERSUS MILAN

MILAN – Torino coach Giampiero Ventura will be taking on Milan for the 13th time tonight during his coaching career. His record reads as 2 wins, 3 draws and 7 defeats.

Milan coach Filippo Inzaghi however will be taking on Torino for the first time during his coaching career. As a player though Inzaghi faced Torino 10 times. His records reads 6 wins, 3 draws and 1 defeat.

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Football Data

MILAN IN SEARCH OF FIRST AWAY GOAL IN 2 MONTHS

MILAN – The rossoneri are out to end an unwanted record tonight and score their first goals away from home in Serie A in 2 months.

The last time Milan found the back of the net away from the San Siro was on the 8th of November 2014 in the 2-2 draw in Genoa against Sampdoria.

TORINO UNBEATEN IN 4 ROUNDS

MILAN – Torino, the rossoneri’s opponents tonight in Serie A, have gone 4 rounds unbeaten in Serie A.

The last time they tasted defeat was 40 days ago in the Turin derby which ended Juventus-Torino 2-1. Since then, Giampiero Ventura’s side have picked up 1 win and 3 draws.

Interestingly, Torino are the side with the least amount of players on the score-sheet this season in Serie A and just 6 players in the Granata squad have got off the mark this season. They are B. Peres, Darmian, Farnerud, Glik, Martinez and Quagliarella.

Source: Football Data 

ON THIS DAY: MILAN WIN AWAY TO JUVE

MILAN – On this day 5 years ago, the 10th of January 2010, Milan ran out 3-0 winners away to Juventus.

Nesta and Ronaldinho (2) were on the score-sheet in that match at the Olimpico stadium in Turin which as it happens is also the venue for tonight’s Serie A match against Torino.

VIDEO OF MILAN FOUNDATION IN LEBANON

MILAN - Milan Foundation in Lebanon, together with UNHCR, for a major project in the name of sport values and solidarity. Our non-profit organization went to Beirut where it opened a sports center, a symbol of peace and integration. From now on, Lebanese and Syrian refugees who fled the war in their country, will be able to play together. 

CLICK HERE TO WATCH THE VIDEO OF THE VISIT