AC Milan vs. Bologna 7/18/20 Serie A Soccer Prediction and Picks
Bologna (11-10-12) at AC Milan (15-8-10)
Serie A Soccer: Saturday, July 18, 2020 at 3:45 PM (San Siro)
The Line: AC Milan -195 / Draw +345 / Bologna +500 -- O/U: 3 Click Here for the Latest Odds
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AC Milan plays host to Bologna in Serie A soccer action from the San Siro on Saturday afternoon.
AC Milan comes into this match in 7th place on 53 points, tied with Napoli with a record of 15 wins, 8 draws and 10 losses following a 3-1 win over Parma last time out. In the win over Parma, each side would get a booking in the first half and Parma would take a lead in the 44th minute. Milan would snap into it early on in the second half, with Franck Kessie opening the scoring for Milan in the 55th minute and Alessio Romagnoli giving Milan the lead just four minutes later. Parma would try to get back into the game but Hakan Calhanoglu would give Milan an insurance goal to push the lead to 3-1, essentially slamming the door shut on any potential comeback by Parma. Ante Rebic leads AC Milan in scoring with 10 goals while Calhanoglu and Theo Hernandez each have 6 goals with Calhanoglu adding a team-high 5 assists this season. Gianluigi Donnarumma is AC Milan’s top goalkeeper, conceding 1.18 goals per 90 minutes with 11 clean sheets in 31 league appearances this season.
Bologna comes into this match in 10th place on 43 points with a record of 11 wins, 10 draws and 12 losses following back-to-back draws following a 1-1 tie with Napoli last time out. In the draw with Napoli, Bologna fell behind in the 7th minute and that goal would stand up until the 67th minute when Bologna thought they had an equalizer. That was until VAR wiped out the goal after it was determined that a player was offside in the leadup to the goal. Musa Barrow would tie the game at one for Bologna in the 80th, and that’s all that either side would have the rest of the way as both sides would settle for a share of the points. Barrow, Riccardo Orsolini and Rodrigo Palacio each have a team-high 6 goals with Orsolini adding a team-high 5 assists this year. Lukasz Skorupski is Bologna’s top goalkeeper, conceding 1.41 goals per 90 minutes with two clean sheets in 32 league appearances this season.
For this match, my free pick is going to be on the total, and I’m going to side with the over. Milan’s last five games and six of seven since the restart within the league have seen three or more goals while Bologna’s games have seen four of the last six hit three goals as well. I think we could be in for another high-scoring game here, so I’ll side with the over three goals as my free pick for this match, but my stronger play is on the side which I have available as a premium pick here.
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