TONIGHT'S live action on ESPN comes from Milan at 7.45 and despite their odds-on quote, Roma can get a result in the San Siro.

AC Milan made a slow start to the campaign as it took the team a while to gel after many of their senior players left in the summer.

They've fought back well though and while they are set to finish well adrift of Juventus and Napoli, they are highly likely to finish third and qualify for the Champions League.

Massimiliano Allegri's side have won their last three, although prior to that they'd gone three without victory. Their form at the San Siro has been tremendous of late – 12 wins and a draw from their last 13 – and that includes a 2-0 success over Barcelona.

Roma suffered a shock 1-0 reverse at the hands of Chievo on Tuesday but that was their first defeat since the end of March and new boss Aurelio Andreazzoli has turned them into a force to be reckoned with.

The Yellow-Reds produced a hugely resilient performance at the in-form Fiorentina last weekend to not only win, but to keep a clean sheet as well.

That made it back-to-back victories away from Stadio Olimpico and while tonight's test will be sterner the players will know they have to get a result if they want to keep their hopes of a top-five finish alive.

It's hard to pick holes in Milan's form but they are a little bit too short given the standard of the opposition. They are trading around the 1.72 mark and that's why I'm making them my lay of the day.

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Lay AC Milan v Roma @ 1.72

Milesey (Betfair)

  1. Milesey 8 years ago


    FA Cup joy may be short-lived in Wigan after Newcastle and Norwich exit the relegation picture leaving the Latics a huge task. Meanwhile in Manchester, Fergie’s boys leave it typically late before sealing a farwell victory…

    Wigan may be FA Cup winners but The Championship is beckoning very loudly following Sunday’s results in the Premier League.

    Wins for Norwich and Newcastle takes those two teams out of the scrap at the bottom with just Sunderland and Aston Villa in danger.

    But the Latics have never traded lower than their current 1.06 and they must get something from Tuesday’s visit to Arsenal – and really only three points will do – if they are not to drop out of the Premier League.

    That means huge odds are available on relegation for Sunderland (27.0) and Villa (48.0) while Fulham and Southampton can both be backed at 650.0.

    Norwich had been on an awful run of form prior to today’s visit from West Brom, winning just two Premier League matches in 2013, but they turned that around with a 4-0 thumping of the Baggies. That scoreline was backed at an enormous 100.0. The Canaries had traded at a low of 1.6 to go down.

    Newcastle didn’t win in such emphatic fashion but a 2-1 defeat of QPR ensured they will spend another season in the Premier League. The Toon had touched 3.2 in Betfair‘s relegation market.

    All eyes were on Sir Alex Ferguson in the late kick-off as the Manchester United manager took to the Old Trafford dugout for the last time. Capital One Cup winners Swansea did not come to make up the numbers though, Michu cancelling out Javier Hernandez’s opener.

    But in typical United fashion the home team were not to be beaten and they left it late as ever with Rio Ferdinand scoring in the 87th minute to secure a win that was backed at a high of 4.7 on Betfair.

    There were wins for both Merseyside outfits, with next United manager David Moyes bidding farewell to Goodison park with a 2-0 defeat of West Ham, and Daniel Sturridge scoring a hat-trick as Liverpool beat Fulham 3-1.


  2. Marco 8 years ago

    Does anyone know the price of Peterhead in the play-off final

  3. 1plus2 8 years ago

    The 7/4 is the price for them to win the 1st leg on Wed 15th May

  4. rustybhoy 8 years ago

    Peterhead beating queens park 3 times in a month some results they got

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