A place in the quarter-finals of the Coppa Italia is up for grabs on Wednesday when AC Milan host Torino at San Siro.

Both clubs have enjoyed tremendous success in the competition in the past, lifting the trophy five times each. However, Torino’s last win came three decades ago, while AC Milan have not won the Coppa Italia since 2003.

It is fair to say that both teams will fancy their chances of going all the way after some impressive results of late, and we should be in for an entertaining battle this week.

AC Milan vs Torino Betting Tips

  • AC Milan to win and both teams to score – YES @ 5/2
  • Rafael Leao to score anytime @ 7/5

Home advantage makes AC Milan 3/5 favourites for Wednesday’s tie, which is no surprise considering they have only lost two games at San Siro in Serie A since January 2022.

The draw is available at 11/4, while Torino offer plenty of value at 9/2. II Toro beat Milan 2-1 when they met in the league in October, and they will hope to build on that performance this time around.

Team news

Milan boss Stefano Pioli is without several first-team players through injury, with Mike Maignan, Ante Rebic, Simon Kjaer, Rade Krunic, Zlatan Ibrahimovic, and Alessandro Florenzi all unavailable.

Youngster Malick Thiaw is also unable to play due to suspension. Still, both Junior Messias and Divock Origi are hoping to recover in time from knocks to feature on the bench.

Torino coach Ivan Juric will not be able to call upon the services of Pietro Pellegri and Ola Aina, but Wilfried Singo should be able to start.

Latest AC Milan vs Torino Betfred Odds

AC Milan to win and both teams to score – YES @ 5/2

Even though Pioli has plenty of first-team stars in the treatment room, his squad should be big enough to handle Torino in Wednesday’s Coppa Italia battle.

Only Napoli have managed to beat Milan at San Siro this season, and Torino’s form on the road is not convincing.

Juric’s side have won one of their previous eight away from Turin, but they have still shown plenty of attacking threat.

Torino have scored in five successive games in Serie A away from home, but Milan should come out on top.

I Rossoneri have won three of their last four at home in matches in which both sides have scored.

Rafael Leao to score anytime @ 7/5

If Milan are to succeed, then Portugal international Leao is likely to play a big part in their success. The 23-year-old is widely becoming one of the best players in Italy, and he has scored seven league goals in 16 appearances this season.

After some impressive performances with Portugal in Qatar, Leao has already hit the ground running in the league. He has netted one goal in Milan’s last two matches, and the powerful forward can find the back of the net to help Milan progress to the last eight this week.

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