Well, they go again this Saturday, hoping to do one better than they did last time.
Due to Serie A Femminile being in constant state of flux (and by that, I mean quasi chaotic), we didn’t find out that Milan vs San Marino was moved to Saturday until a few days ago.
The sudden change in scheduling means that we won’t know what Milan’s formation will be tomorrow. Nor do we know who will line-up for them.
What we do know is that Milan will be looking to do one batter than they did the last match.
During the last match, Milan had 57% of possession against Florentia, while registering twenty shots. However, only three of those shots are on target, and they only managed to convert the one shot.
They’ll have to do much better this time around.
Fortunately for the Rossonere, they’ll be going against San Marino, a team that took in ten goals from Empoli.
Before the Milan fans start to get cocky, however, recall that Milan has had trouble scoring against ‘smaller’ teams that tend to sit behind the ball.
If we’re not careful, then San Marino will be one of those teams.
Of course, we won’t know just how well Milan will do until tomorrow’s game has been played.
Let’s just hope the ragazze get out there and bring back three points to Milan.
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Kickoff time: 17:45 CET (8:45 a.,m. / 11:45 a.m. EST).
Formation: Who knows?
Ways to watch: TimVision. The AC Milan app.