After playing all of their games in February in Lombardy - away for the derby and against Monza - Stefano Pioli's AC Milan will spend a lot of March on the road. Their only home fixture this month is against Salernitana, while the Rossoneri are away in Serie A against Fiorentina and Udinese, as well as the huge Champions League second leg against Spurs in London, where they will hope to defend that 1-0 lead from the first game.
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Maurizio Ganz's Rossonere also have a busy month ahead. They start with a big one: a two-legged cup semi-final against league-leaders Roma, who are still in the Women's Champions League. Bergamaschi and her teammates will be looking for a bit of revenge against the Giallorosse, hoping also that they can reach their second Coppa Italia final in the last three season. After that, attention will turn back to the league as the championship round, which will decide European qualification, kicks off with a trip to Juventus. The Rossonere will then host Fiorentina at the PUMA House of Football to end the month.
Ignazio Abate's Primavera will play three league matches in March as they go in search of points to continue their development and put some distance between themselves and the relegation zone. Our young Rossoneri will travel to Cagliari and Empoli, with a game against Bologna at home between them. AC Milan will also play in the quarter-finals of the UEFA Youth League when they host Atlético Madrid at the PUMA House of Football on Tuesday 14 March.
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