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Atalanta vs Milan prediction 2023-12-09

Atalanta
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2023-12-09
Finished
Atalanta
Prediction: 1-1
Milan
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Probability of win
Atalanta — 46.7%
Draw — 25.7%
Milan — 27.6%
Our Prediction
Winner: Atalanta;
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“Atalanta” lost to “Torino” in the last round with a score of 0:3 and this is the third defeat of the “Bergamas” in the last four matches. “Milan” won against “Frosinone” and this was not even the most optimal lineup. Right now, Milan looks somewhat better than the opponent, but we fully admit that Pioli may not release all the leaders from the first minutes, since the most important away match against Newcastle is ahead.

Prediction: Still, even with all this, we believe that Milan will be closer to victory and a reliable choice would benot defeating Milan

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Both to score
Yes
51.77%
No
48.23%
Total
More 2.5
More 3.5
Less 2.5
Less 3.5
48.2%
26.4%
51.8%
73.6%
Individual total
More 0.5
More 1.5
Less 0.5
Less 1.5
Atalanta
77.8%
44.4%
22.2%
55.6%
Milan
66.5%
29.9%
33.5%
70.1%
Correct score
0:0
0:1
0:2
0:3
0:4
1:0
1:1
1:2
1:3
1:4
7.4%
8.1%
4.5%
1.6%
0.4%
11.2%
12.2%
6.7%
2.4%
0.7%
2:0
2:1
2:2
2:3
2:4
3:0
3:1
3:2
3:3
3:4
8.4%
9.2%
5%
1.8%
0.5%
4.2%
4.6%
2.5%
0.9%
0.3%
Atalanta Milan
Games 36 38
Wins 20 22
Losses 10 7
Draws 6 9
Goals 67 76
Goals per game 1.9 2
Conceded per game 1.1 1.3
Attacks 106.3 105
Corners per game 5.7 5.1
Yellow cards per game 2.1 2.3
Fouls per game 12.8 11.2
Latest matches
Score
2024-05-26
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Atalanta
Torino
3
0
2024-05-22
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Atalanta
Bayer 04 Leverkusen
3
0
2024-05-12
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Atalanta
Roma
2
1
2024-05-18
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Torino
Milan
3
1
2024-04-27
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Juventus
Milan
0
0
2024-04-18
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Roma
Milan
2
1
2024-04-14
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Sassuolo
Milan
3
3
Serie A
Team Games Win. Draws Lost Goals Points
Inter 37 29 6 2 87:20 93
Milan 38 22 9 7 76:49 75
Juventus 38 19 14 5 54:31 71
Bologna 38 18 14 6 54:32 68
Atalanta 36 20 6 10 67:39 66
Roma 37 18 9 10 64:44 63
Lazio 37 18 6 13 48:38 60
Fiorentina 37 16 9 12 58:44 57
Torino 37 13 14 10 36:33 53
Napoli 37 13 13 11 55:48 52
Genoa 38 12 13 13 45:45 49
Monza 38 11 12 15 39:51 45
Lecce 37 8 13 16 32:54 37
Hellas Verona 37 9 10 18 36:49 37
Cagliari 38 8 12 18 42:68 36
Frosinone 37 8 11 18 44:68 35
Udinese 37 5 19 13 36:53 34
Empoli 37 8 9 20 27:53 33
Sassuolo 37 7 8 22 42:74 29
Salernitana 38 2 11 25 32:81 17
Top scorers
Atalanta
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T. Koopmeiners (12)
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G. Scamacca (11)
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C. De Ketelaere (10)
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A. Lookman (9)
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É. dos Santos Lourenço da Silva (6)
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M. Pašalić (5)
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A. Miranchuk (3)
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L. Muriel Fruto (2)
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D. Zappacosta (2)
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E. Toure (2)
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S. Kolašinac (1)
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E. Holm (1)
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M. Bakker (1)
Milan
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O. Giroud (15)
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C. Pulisic (12)
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R. Conceição Leão (9)
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L. Jović (6)
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R. Loftus-Cheek (6)
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N. Okafor (6)
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T. Hernández (5)
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F. Tomori (4)
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T. Reijnders (3)
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M. Gabbia (2)
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I. Bennacer (2)
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C. Traorè (1)
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Y. Adli (1)
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S. Chukwueze (1)
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A. Florenzi (1)
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D. Calabria (1)
Top assists
Atalanta
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M. Pašalić
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C. De Ketelaere
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A. Lookman
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A. Miranchuk
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G. Scamacca
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M. de Roon
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T. Koopmeiners
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M. Ruggeri
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G. Scalvini
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L. Muriel Fruto
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É. dos Santos Lourenço da Silva
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D. Zappacosta
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H. Hateboer
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M. Adopo
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E. Holm
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B. Djimsiti
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I. Hien
Milan
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R. Conceição Leão
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O. Giroud
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C. Pulisic
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A. Florenzi
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T. Hernández
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S. Chukwueze
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T. Reijnders
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D. Calabria
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Y. Musah
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I. Bennacer
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N. Okafor
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Y. Adli
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R. Loftus-Cheek
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L. Jović
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M. Maignan
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S. Thorup Kjær
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M. Thiaw
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M. Gabbia
Serie A Atalanta Milan
Number of matches 380 36 38
Average win rate (%) 35.4 55.6 57.9
Goals per match 2.6 1.9 2
Yellow per match 4.5 2.1 2.2
Corners per match 9.7 5.7 5.1
Home goals per match 1.4 2.2 2
Away goals per match 1.2 1.6 2
Player rating 6.8 6.9 6.9

The Legacy of Soccer Titans: Atalanta and Milan

Stepping onto the green pitch in Italy, one would be hard-pressed not to experience a sense of reverence for its illustrious soccer panorama. Dominating this landscape are some riveting contenders, but two historical powerhouses stand out: Atalanta and Milan. This article ventures into the world of Italian soccer, decoding the history, triumphs, and unique characteristics of Atalanta and Milan.

Early Days of Atalanta

Founded on October 17, 1907, in Bergamo, Northern Italy, Atalanta Bergamasca Calcio came into existence. Forever linked with the mythical female athlete Atalanta, the team's beginnings were much humble. But with resilient spirits and relentless hard work, they earned their first major accolity in 1928, winning the national championship.

Rise to Glory: Atalanta

With their bravery and novel strategies, Atalanta continued to ascend the soccer ladder, making significant breakthroughs like entering Serie A in the 1937-38 season. Their heroics didn't go unnoticed; in 1963, Atalanta lifted the prestigious Coppa Italia. They further strengthened their legacy by debuting in the European Cup Winners' Cup in the same year.

Inception of AC Milan

Moving to the heart of Milan, Associazione Calcio Milan, fondly referred to as AC Milan, was founded on December 16, 1899. The club was the brainchild of English expatriates Alfred Edwards and Herbert Kilpin, who intended to bring cricket and football to Italy. With their distinct red and black uniforms symbolizing the players' fiery ardor and opponents' fear, respectively, Milan swiftly became Italy's emblem.

Dominance of Milan

From their inception till now, Milan has held high ground in Italian soccer. They earned their first Italian Football Championship title in 1901. As the years rolled on, Milan continued to paint their legacy, winning Serie A seven times until 1950. The Rossoneri's dominance didn't cease as they clinched seven Champions League titles, rendering them the second most successful club in terms of international titles.

Head-Turning Successes: Atalanta and Milan

Both Atalanta and Milan are undeniably powerhouses in Italian football. In recent years, Atalanta has shone brightly, reaching the Champions League quarter-finals in the 2019-2020 season. On the other hand, Milan, with their seasoned players and robust strategies, reclaimed their spot in the Champions League, qualifying for the 2021-2022 season after an eight-year hiatus.

Conclusion: A Legacy That Preserves

Atalanta and Milan, with their unique histories and ingenious playstyles, have etched their names into the annals of Italian soccer. Their triumphs, adversities, and remarkable legacy serve as an inspiration to aspiring soccer players worldwide, underscoring the everlasting charm of Italian soccer. Despite the unforgiving march of time, the glory of Atalanta and Milan remains a testament to their overwhelming prowess and unyielding spirit on the pitch.