Brocchi’s boys will be making the trip in good form and on the back of four wins on the trot, but Atalanta are two points ahead in the table. Click here for more.
Earlier in the season, the two teams played out a seven goal thriller which ended 4-3 in favour of Atalanta. Going into the return fixture, the coach said the following: “In the first month and a half of the season, the players weren’t ready for this level and their inexperience showed on a lot of occasions during matches. But over the past two months, there is the feeling that this group has become a team. Atalanta at home are very strong. They are a quality team and have a few experienced players that make the difference.”
The youth team coach will welcome back to the squad from injury El Hilali and Hamadi this weekend, but will be without Agnero and Llamas.
Sunday 7 February, Atalanta-Milan, 11.00.
Saturday 13 February, Milan-Chievo, 13.00.
Saturday 20 February, Vicenza-Milan, 14.30.
Sunday 28 February, Milan-Salernitana, 11.00.
Saturday 5 March, Perugia-Milan, 14.30.