Udinese AC Milan Odds : Snow not a factor for Di Natale as Live Streaming Available

Two of Serie A’s top four meet this weekend as 2nd placed AC Milan travel to 4th placed Udinese in without doubt the pick of the action in Italy this week as live streams are available to watch the game online.

Things are extremely tight at the top of the table of course – only four points separate the top four – and victory for Udinese in this one would see them go level on points with Milan.

Their chances of doing just this are not helped by their recent form though. They have lost three of their last five games in Serie A and their confidence is nowhere near what it was earlier in the campaign.

They will see a big game such as this as the perfect way to start a more positive run though. If they can beat Milan, they will set themselves up well for an important few weeks in Serie A and the Champions League tie with PAOK later this month.

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Despite the regular losses lately, Udinese’s form on home soil is normally something they can rely upon. In fact, Coach Francesco Guidolin’s side have won their last three Serie A home games and only suffered two defeats at Stadio Friuli all season.

As for Milan, well they go into this important fixture on the back of two games without a win in Serie A. First they suffered a disappointing defeat at Lazio dropping points at home to Napoli.

This has seen them concede the lead at the top of the table to Juventus, who they also lost to in the Coppa Italia during the week. So, in a season that has seen Milan lose just six times, two defeats in a week has left them more fragile than usual confidence wise.

They will be confident of going to Udinese and getting something though. Even if it is just a point, which would be acceptable at this stage considering how tough a challenge it is for them, that’s fine.

Looking at the team news for this one, Udinese will have to make do without Giampiero Pinzi and Kwadwo Asamoah, while Floro Flores will have a late fitness test.

Milan are then still without suspended star striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic, as well as Sulley Muntari who is away at the Africa Cup of Nations. Robino will look to be the main goal threat for the away side in their absence and should be ably supported by Maxi Lopez and young prospect Stephan El Shaarawy.

Overall, this should be a competitive and entertaining contest between two teams fighting it out at the top of Serie A.

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