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In another one of the Serie A derbies, Roma hosts Milan at the Stadio Olimpico in the Eternal City

In another one of the Serie A derbies, Roma hosts Milan at the Stadio Olimpico in the Eternal City. This game promises a lot of effort from both sides, so let’s see what’s going on with them.

Roma are in a really strange run right now, doing four consecutive draws in their last four games in all competitions. In the Serie A the Wolves are currently 6th in the standings with 13 points won, just one point behind the 5th Cagliari. Roma have lost just one of their games in the league so far, but they also made four draws – this is more than the games they have won.

In the previous round Paulo Fonseca’s boys visited Sampdoria in Genova, winning a point after a 0-0 draw. At the end of the game Justin Kluivert was sent off with a red card, so he’s going to miss the next match on Sunday.

During the week Roma made another draw, but in Europe. In a match from the group stage of Europa League, the Wolves hosted Borussia M’gladbach at the Olimpico. The young star Nicolo Zaniolo scored for the hosts, but they only got a point after a 1-1 draw.

Milan’s new manager Stefano Pioli debuted with a draw last week, when the Rossoneri hosted the newcomers Lecce at the San Siro. Hakan Calhanoglu and Krzysztof Piatek scored for the hosts, but Lecce equalised with a goal in the injury time, scored by Marco Calderoni. It was really dissapointing, because Milan had a very good chance to win this fixture, but they were unable to keep their lead until the end.

Roma are the team which won more points so far in the season, plus they also have the advantage to play at home. For Milan’s manager Stefano Pioli this is going to be a tough ground to achieve his first Serie A win with the Rossoneri, but we could really expect everything here. Good luck!

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