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Here is the starting XI for Milan.
The only change from the side that lost 2-3 to Napoli is the addition of Hakan Calhanoglu, who replaces Fabio Borini on the left wing.
This is how Roma will lineup to take on Milan.
Will Milan be able to get its first win of the 2018-19 season at home against Roma? Or will the visitors from the capital walk out of the San Siro with a win?
Let us know what you think about the match as it’s going on in the comments.