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    Serie A Serie A: Cagliari v AC Milan

    MATCH PREVIEW
    Serie A Week 9 - 29 Oct 2014 (19.45 UK)
    Cagliari - Milan
    Stadio Sant'Elia
    Milan
    Cagliari

    A jubilant Cagliari side will be looking to take their inspired goalscoring form and cause some conflict against a defensively weak Milan.

    Zdenek Zemanís side managed to rake in their second win of the Serie A campaign when they stunned newcomers Empoli at the weekend with a 4-0 win.

    It was the second time this season the Rossoblu had managed to put four past the opposition, as they continued to emulate the true spirit of Zemanís attack-minded sides.

    So far it is has been a success, as Cagliari have been managing to play a good brand of football all the while scoring 13 goals, the highest number out of any team sitting below eighth place.

    They will certainly be looking to use this as an advantage when they come up against Milan at a packed SantíElia, as they continue to struggle to find any stability in their backline.

    With only one clean sheet on the record books for Pippo Inzaghiís side this term, and 11 goals conceded, the Rossoneri floundered at taking a win against Fiorentina on Sunday evening due to their porous backline.

    They will need to be aware of the threat that Cagliari pose pushing forward, and will need the services of Alex and Cristian Zapata to be on their best form. At this rate, a victory could go to either team.

    Keep An Eye On: Albin Ekdal (Cagliari) - The Swedish footballer is currently enjoying one of his best seasons to date, after having played crucial roles in the Sardiís two wins this season. His three-goal haul against Inter proved to be decisive en-route to a 4-1 win, while his goal on the weekend against Empoli contributed to their 4-0 triumph. He will no doubt be out to cause trouble against a defensively frail Milan side.

    Form Guide: Cagliari (L W L D W) Milan (D D W W D)

    Last Season: Cagliari 1-2 Milan

    Stat Fact: The two sides have met a total of 28 times with Milan side winning 10, and Cagliari winning four, while 14 have been drawn.

    Cagliari (probable): Cragno; Balzano, Rossettini, Capuano, Avelar; Dessena, Crisetig, Ekdal; Ibarbo, Sau, Cossu

    Suspensions: None

    Milan (probable): Abbiati; Abate, Alex, Zapata, De Sciglio; Poli, De Jong, Muntari; Honda, Torres, El Shaarawy

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    ----------------------------------------Diego Lopez-----------------------------

    --------Abate-----------------------Rami-----Alex--------------MDS------------


    ----------------------------------------de Jong--------------------------------
    ----------------------Bonaventura --------------------Muntari------------------


    -------------------------------------Honda------------------------------------

    ---------------------------------------------------------SES------------------

    ----------------------------------------Matri# 2-------------------------------

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    FT 1-1

    abbiati blunder, bonaventura miracle and two points dropped again.

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    you say we dropped two points but maybe we should say we won 1 point. absolute horrible and waste of time.

    we could have been 3 goals down before we woke up

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    So........Torres?

    Any more genius ideas Silvio?

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