Sinisa Mihajlovic returns to the San Siro after he was sacked last season, in charge of a Torino side that have been solid performers in Serie A since their return to the division in 2012/13. He faces a Milan team who are under their seventh manager since 2014. Vincenzo Montella is the latest man tasked with lifting a side who have finished outside the top-six in each of the last three seasons and are in desperate need of inspiration to get them back to past glories.
Torino conceded 55 goals last season, 30 of which were away from home. However, they scored 52 themselves and in their 19 away games both teams scored on 13 occasions. It was a similar case with Milan who won 15 times last season, nine of which came at the San Siro. In those 19 home matches, both teams found the target 11 times.
Recent meetings between the two sides follow this trend where in the eight matches they’ve played since Torino’s return to Serie A, both teams have scored five times. As a result, we think it’s worth putting a few quid on both teams finding the back of the net in this one.