Date: 9 December 2018
Time: 8:30 PM Milan, 2:30 PM Eastern, 7:30 PM UTC
Venue: San Siro; Milan, Italy
All-time record: Milan v Torino: Win-65 Draw-56 Loss-37 GF 239:158 GA
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It will be another lineup with some odd choices in it because Milan’s injuries have still not cleared up and it mightbe the same story on repeat until the January window opens. Ignazio Abate will be at center back again but with Gonzalo Higuain returning from suspension, there should be some more firepower up front. With Inter losing to Juventus on Friday here is another place to make up ground in the table by beating teams below Milan in the table. Hopefully, a full effort again from this cobbled together squad will net the Rossoneri three points.