MILAN – The Primavera get back into action today away to Celtic at the Energy Assets Arena in Livingstone at 16.00 for the fifth match in Group H of the UEFA Youth League.
Milan are second in the group with 7 points, while Celtic are third level on points with Ajax on 3 points. Barcelona are top of the group with 10 points.
MILAN – While Milan will be without Mexes, Muntari, El Shaarawy, De Sciglio and Pazzini, Celtic welcome James Forrest back into the side after missing out recently through injury. Anthony Stokes may be available to his side after missing out on Celtic’s match on Saturday.
Celtic absentees: Scott Brown and Nir Barton are serving the last of a three match European ban while Adam Matthews (shoulder) and Steven Mouyokolo (Achilles tendon) are both out.
MILAN – Celtic are currently unbeaten in 13 league matches. It’s the club’s most successful run since the 2003/04 season when the Scottish side went 32 games without losing.
Even this year in the Champions League, including preliminary stages, Celtic have an impressive home record: 4 wins and just one defeat against Barcelona.
MILAN – The Milan Foundation celebrated 10 years of activity last week. In recognition of the anniversary both Barbara and Eleonora Berlusconi wore special Cruciani bracelets, available from the club’s online store with all proceeds going to charity.
By buying a bracelet, you too can help change the lives of young people in need in the city of Milan.
The Milan Foundation has been by the side of those in need for 10 years, helping with personal development and with an emphasis on the new generation.
MILAN – Light rain expected ahead of the Celtic-Milan match tonight, with cloudy weather forecast during the match and a temperature of 8 degrees.
MILAN – In the 90’s Rino Gattuso spent an important part of his career in Glasgow.
The Rossonero legend played for Rangers, historic football rivals of Celtic who are Milan’s opponents tonight in the Champions League.