By Joe, www.Bettingexpert.com
Two of the biggest names in European football will meet again for their second matches in Group C. The first match, a fortnight ago, ended with a Milan 3-2 victory at the Santiago Bernabeu. Since that famous victory, Milan have not looked back and everything have gone positive for them.
Milan rejuvenated themselves by claiming a victory over Real Madrid in the Champions League Matchday 3 and saw themselves improve as a team in both domestically and European competitions. They have now shot themselves up to the top half of the Serie A by beating Parma 2-0 last weekend. Marco Borriello scored two goals that could prevent F. Inzaghi from a starting lineup on Tuesday evening. Manager Leonardo will be without Marek Jankulovski, Daniele Bonera, Christian Abbiati, Marco Storari, Oguchi Onyewu and Davide Di Gennaro against Madrid. The trio, Ronaldinho, Pirlo and Pato will be the one to watch for the Rossoneri.
Manager Manuel Pellegrini will have to win the heart of the Madrid fans by beating Milan this midweek. His time at Madrid came to difficult turn since they lost 4-0 to a third tier side Alcorcon in the Copa Del Rey. The team responded with a 2-0 home win against Gefate where Gonzalo Higuain struck twice with 10 men. Don’t expect Pellegrini to bring Guti to Milano as they are not in talking terms and Cristano Ronaldo has not recover from his injury
Kaka returns to his spiritual home at the San Siro but as a Madrid player. Last time these two teams met, it was an exciting game where chances were flying everywhere. This could be another encounter where lots of goals to keep everyone entertained. A draw looks likely to end this fierce rivalry between two of the most successive European Champions teams in history.
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