AC Milan vs Shkendija PREDICTION: Expand Goals At San Siro
AC Milan will host Macedonian club Shkendija in the Europa League play-offs on Friday (16/8) early morning. This is the first meeting for both teams.
AC Milan qualified this stage after earlier knocking out the Romanian side Craiova in the third qualifying round a few weeks ago. Meanwhile Shkendija must go through a longer path, namely from the first qualifying round that has been held since the end of June.
In a match that will be held at the San Siro this, Milan certainly will not be reinforced anyarnya players, Lucas Biglia because it is still in recovering injury. Meanwhile the other Rossoneri players are ready to take down.
AC Milan vs. Shkendija Key Player
Bonaventure is one of the few old AC Milan players who have so far survived on the main squad, after a rush of new signings coming in this summer. That he showed by always down in the two third phase of qualifying matches ago.
In two games that ex player Atalanta is able to look slick with a goal notch. His role as an attacking midfielder in the scheme Vincenzo Montella will be very crucial in the game counter Shkendija later.
Hasani is a graduate of Shkendija academy. However, he had an adventure in several clubs in Europe such as Wolfsburg in Germany and Brondby in Denmark. It makes it has a lot of experience and no one if this 27-year-old player was carrying the armband in Shkendija.
Hasani’s appearance with Shkendija in the Europa League this season is also very crucial. Of the six games he has played since the first qualifying round, the player who plays as a winger is now able to create three goals and four assists.
Prediction Composition Players AC Milan vs Shkendija
AC Milan XI: Donnarumma, Conti, Bonucci, Musacchio, Rodriguez, Kessie, Bonaventure, Locatelli, Suso, Borini, Andre Silva.
Shkendija XI: Zahov, Bejtulao, Alimi, Cuvuli, Ibrahimi, Hasani, Vujcic, Radeski, Murati, Junior, Todorovski.
AC Milan diperkiarakan will appear violent and lead the game in the game later. The Rossoneri will want to win with a score as big as possible in order to ease their pace in the second leg to be held in Macedonia later.
Milan have capital for it. With a capable squad and myriad experience in the European arena, the Rossoneri should be able to easily defeat Shkendija by a margin of at least two goals.