Verona vs AC Milan prediction, odds & betting tips – 17/03/2024

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Italy Serie A - Stadio Marcantonio Bentegodi

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Rafael Leao in Europa League action against Slavia Prague this week – Photo by Icon Sport

AC Milan are hoping to hold onto 2nd place in Serie A this weekend when they travel to Verona. Our Verona vs AC Milan prediction looks at whether either side can record a third straight league win.

Verona vs AC Milan prediction: Visitors to edge tight game

Verona vs AC Milan predictions
Our pick

🔥Hot tip

Under 2.5 goals

⚽ Correct score prediction

Verona 0-1 AC Milan

💎 Win to nil prediction

AC Milan to win to nil

Key Stats

  • Our Verona vs AC Milan betting tips take into account the good recent defensive efforts of both sides with both coming into this game following successive 1-0 wins.
  • Verona have failed to score in 36% of their Serie A fixtures this season.
  • Milan average 1.93 points per away game, the joint second best record in the division.

Pre-game odds and win probability: Milan odds on to record another win

  • HOME: 4/1 (5.00) – 20.0%
  • DRAW: 13/5 (3.60) – 27.8%
  • AWAY: 7/10 (1.70) – 58.8%

*odds from Ladbrokes, subject to change

The visiting team are the favourites according to the Verona vs AC Milan odds with an implied probability of 58.8% that they walk away with all the points.

Milan were in Europa League action on Thursday, winning 3-1 in Prague to seal Europa League progress. They also won their last league game 1-0 at home to Empoli. Verona meanwhile were 1-0 road winners at Lecce in their last game.

For more of the best football betting picks, today’s latest tips guide you through the markets from some of the other games taking place.

Last five H2Hs: Milan dominant in recent times

Italy Serie A 23/09/23

AC Milan

AC Milan

1
Verona

Verona

0

Italy Serie A 04/06/23

AC Milan

AC Milan

3
Verona

Verona

1

Italy Serie A 16/10/22

Verona

Verona

1
AC Milan

AC Milan

2

Italy Serie A 08/05/22

Verona

Verona

1
AC Milan

AC Milan

3

Italy Serie A 16/10/21

AC Milan

AC Milan

3
Verona

Verona

2

Our Verona vs AC Milan prediction of an away win is strongly backed up by recent history with all of the last six meetings ending in Milan victories. The most recent was a 1-0 triumph earlier this term at San Siro.

Verona Preview: Henry serves suspension

There’s no Thomas Henry this weekend for Verona due to a suspension while Juan Cruz is injured once more.

Predicted Lineup: Montipo (GK), Cabal, Magnani, Dawidowicz, Tchatchoua, Duda, Folorunsho, Lazovic, Serdar, Suslov, Noslin

Italy Serie A 20/05/24

W

Salernitana

Salernitana

1

Verona

Verona

2

Italy Serie A 12/05/24

L

Torino

Torino

2

Verona

Verona

1

Italy Serie A 05/05/24

W

Fiorentina

Fiorentina

1

Verona

Verona

2

Italy Serie A 27/04/24

L

Lazio

Lazio

1

Verona

Verona

0

Italy Serie A 20/04/24

W

Udinese

Udinese

0

Verona

Verona

1

AC Milan Preview: Maignan a big miss

First choice keeper Mike Maignan is currently injured so Marco Sportiello should start in goal for the away team. Tommaso Pobega is also missing with a hamstring issue. Theo Hernandez, who features in our rundown of top Serie A defenders, should play.

Predicted Lineup: Sportiello (GK), Hernandez, Tomori, Thiaw, Calabria, Reijnders, Bennacer, Leao, Loftus-Cheek, Pulisic, Giroud

Italy Serie A 18/05/24

L

Torino

Torino

3

AC Milan

AC Milan

1

Italy Serie A 11/05/24

W

Cagliari

Cagliari

1

AC Milan

AC Milan

5

Italy Serie A 05/05/24

D

Genoa

Genoa

3

AC Milan

AC Milan

3

Italy Serie A 27/04/24

D

Juventus

Juventus

0

AC Milan

AC Milan

0

Italy Serie A 22/04/24

L

Inter Milan

Inter Milan

2

AC Milan

AC Milan

1

Player to watch – Christian Pulisic

Christian Pulisic enjoyed a difficult time in England with Chelsea but he’s enjoying a strong season with AC Milan and has scored eight and assisted six in Serie A this term.

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Christian Pulisic is having an excellent season for Milan – Photo by Icon Sport

Pulisic firing after the break

The US international’s favourite time to score has been just after the interval with three of his eight goals coming between the 50th and 60th minutes. Two of those were opening goals against Lazio on matchday seven and Sassuolo on matchday 18.


Mark is a freelance football writer based in Madrid. He regularly attends and covers La Liga matches around Spain, whilst also following football across Europe.