Lazio vs AC Milan takes place on Tuesday at 7:45pm (UK time).

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AC Milan will be looking to recover from their mini slump when they travel to Rome on Tuesday, having drawn their past two games to lose further ground in the Serie A title race. The defending champions look highly likely to lose their crown, currently 12 points behind leaders Napoli, albeit with a game in hand.
Lazio, meanwhile, can move back into the top four with victory here and have recently recovered from back-to-back defeats with four points from their past two matches.

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Lazio team news
Ciro Immobile suffered a thigh injury in Lazio’s 2-0 win over Sassuolo, having to come off after just 15 minutes played, and while the initial hopes were that it was not serious, the Italian isn’t expected to return soon.

In Lazio’s Coppa Italia win over Bologna last time out, Felipe Anderson filled the centre forward slot in a False No.9 role and the Brazilian is likely to continue there on Tuesday. Mario Gila is also injured, though is yet to start in Serie A anyway.

AC Milan team news
AC Milan can welcome Sandro Tonali back from suspension after he missed the 2-2 draw with Lecce due to an accumulation of yellow cards – though he has already made his return to action in the 3-0 Supercoppa Italian defeat to Inter Milan.

That defeat was in fact the fourth game across all competitions AC Milan have now failed to win, also being knocked out of the Coppa Italia by Torino. The Rossoneri have been struggling with injury issues, which will undoubtedly be playing a role, with Mike Maignan, Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Alessandro Florenzi and Fode Ballo-Toure all still sidelined.


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