AC Milan entertain Atalanta in matchday 37 of Serie A 2021-22 at San Siro on Sunday, May 15. The match will kick off at 9:30 PM IST (Indian Standard Time).

Milan’s only confirmed absentee for the upcoming league game will be Danish defender Simon Kjaer, who is out for the season with a cruciate ligament rupture in his left knee.

Atalanta, on the other hand, welcome back Duvan Zapata and Giorgio Scalvini, who have recovered from muscle injuries. The injury list for La Dea, meanwhile, includes Josip Ilicic (depression), Giuseppe Pezzella (muscle tear), Rafael Tolói (unknown injury) and Bryan Cabezas (cruciate ligament rupture).

AC Milan vs Atalanta odds for Serie A 2021-22

AC Milan: 1.78

Atalanta: 4.20

Draw: 4.10

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AC Milan vs Atalanta recent form

AC Milan haven’t lost a league tie since the 1-2 loss to Spezia in January and are two wins away from winning their first Scudetto since 2011. The Rossoneri are coming off a 3-1 win over Hellas Verona, with a brace from Sandro Tonali and a 86th-minute strike from Alessandro Florenzi helping the league leaders overturn a 0-1 deficit at half-time.

Atalanta, on the flip side, are eighth on the Serie A points table and recently picked up a 3-1 win away at Spezia. Luis Muriel, Berat Djimsiti and Mario Pasalic were on the scoresheet for La Dea.

AC Milan: W, W, W, L, W

Atalanta: W, D, D, W, L

AC Milan vs Atalanta head-to-head

AC Milan hold the better head-to-head record against Atalanta, winning 67 matches in 140 clashes across all competitions. Atalanta, in comparison, have bagged 27 wins.

The Rossoneri are on a two-game winning run against La Dea and will be looking to add a third. AC Milan haven’t beaten Atalanta twice in the same campaign since 2011-12.

AC Milan vs Atalanta prediction and tips for Serie A 2021-22

AC Milan are the favourites to win this fixture. The current Serie A leaders have an almost fully fit team at their disposal and could get the better of the Atalanta team.

However, La Dea will be no pushovers considering they are unbeaten in their last seven away matches against AC Milan in all competitions.

Featured photo: AFP / MIGUEL MEDINA