All the curiosities of Olympiacos-Milan

All the curiosities of Olympiacos-Milan

December 13, 2018 0 By admin

Milan will play the qualification to the sixteenth of Europa League in the clash against Olympiacos. The Gattuso team is currently in second place in the F group classification, ahead of 3 points on the Greek lineup. There are two favorable results for Milan, which is also a draw to ensure the passage of the round. On the other side there will be a fierce Olympiacos and more than ever determined to conquer a qualification on friendly ground.

When and where to play Olympiacos-Milan?

The match that will decide the fate of group F will be played Thursday, December 13 at 21.00, simultaneously with Dudelange-Betis Sevilla. The Rossoneri will take to the field at Karaiskakis Stadium, Piraeus resort in Greece.

Where can I watch Olympiacos-Milan on TV?

The match will be broadcast on Sky Sports and Sky Sport 1, the direct goal will be visible on Sky Sports channel 251. TV 8 will broadcast the clear view.

What are the precedents between Olympiacos and Milan?

Milan are unbeaten in the three previous games against Olympiacos in European competitions (2V, 1N), and won the match on the second day for 3-1.

What is Milan's trend against Greek teams?

Milan remained unbeaten in 10 of the 11 challenges against Greek teams in European competitions (5V, 5N). The only defeat dates back to November 2006 away against AEK Athens (0-1). The Rossoneri team have never won a match in European competitions against Greek away teams (4N, 1P): the only three wins in Greece are three finals (a Cup Winners' Cup and two Champions League).

What are Olympiacos' precedents with Italian teams?

Olympiacos have won only one of the last eight home games played against Italian teams in European competitions (2N, 5P), the 1-0 success on Juventus in the 2014/15 Champions League.

The curiosities of Olympiacos-Milan

Milan (87%) and Olympiacos (86%) are two of the five teams with the highest percentage of successful passes in this season of Europa League, better than they did only Chelsea, Betis and Arsenal. 10 of the 11 Milan goals in this edition of Europa League were scored in the second half, five of them in the last 15 minutes (record in both rankings). Milan striker Patrick Cutrone has scored four goals in this Europa League; among the players aged under 21 at the end of the group stage, only Luka Jovic (five in this season) has achieved more at this stage of the competition since she changed her name (2009/10). All the last 11 goals of Patrick Cutrone with Milan in all competitions have arrived at Meazza, the 1998 class does not find the away network since last February against Roma.

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