(IN THE PHOTO: Mexes takes on De Rossi last season at the Olimpico)MILAN – All the precedents between Roma and Milan at the Stadio Olimpico, the former players from the past and the present and the moments that made history:LAST 5 MATCHES IN THE SECOND PART OF THE SEASON:Season 2010/11: Roma-Milan 0-0. Round 36.Season 2009/10: Roma-Milan 0-0. Round 27.Season 2007/08: Roma-Milan 2-1. Round 28.Season 2006/07: Roma-Milan 1-1. Round 30.Season 2004/05: Roma-Milan 0-2. Round 29.FORMER PLAYERS BETWEEN MILAN AND ROMA:Milan: Marco Amelia (at Roma from 2005 to 2012) and Philippe Mexes (at Roma from 2004 to 2011).Roma: there are currently no former Milan players in the Roma squad.The following have worn both jerseys: Alberto Aquilani (at Roma from 2004 to 2009 and at Milan in the 2011/2012 season), Daniele Massaro (at Milan from the 1986-87 season to the 1987-88 season and then again from the 1989-90 season to the 1994-95 season, at Roma in the 1988-89 season), Marcos Cafù (at Roma from 1997 to 2003, at Milan from 2003 to 2008), Christian Panucci (at Milan from 1993 to 1997, at Roma from 2001 to 2009), Carlo Ancelotti (at Roma from 1979 to 1987, at Milan from 1987 to 1992) and Aldo Maldera (at Milan in the 1971/1972 season and then again from 1973 to 1982. At Roma from 1982 to 1985).The following have coached both sides: Nils Liedholm (at Milan at various stages throughout his career. He led Milan to the milestone of the 10th Scudetto. At Roma from 1979 to 1984, and then again from 1987 to 1989 before taking over as coach in 1997) and Fabio Capello (at Milan from 1991 to 1996 and then again in the 1997/1998 season. At Roma from 1999 to 2004).HISTORIC MOMENT: Roma-Milan 0-2. Season 1993/1994. Round 22. It was the season in which Milan won both the League title and the Champions League which was topped off by the Italian Super Cup in the summer. The rossoneri faced a tough match at the Olimpico, but Daniele Massaro soon made things easier by scoring on 11 minutes tapping in a Dejan Savicevic long range effort. The giallorossi fought back, but a super Sebastiano Rossi kept Roma at bay. On 77 minutes, after a well worked corner, Paolo Maldini killed off the match in what was a fundamental win on Milan’s way to its 14th Scudetto.MILAN’S LAST 5 AWAY MATCHES IN SERIE A:Season 2013/14. Genoa-Milan 1-2Season 2013/14. Fiorentina-Milan 0-2Season 2013/14. Milan-Lazio 1-1Season 2013/14. Udinese-Milan 1-0Season 2013/14. Sampdoria-Milan 0-2ROMA’S LAST 5 HOME MATCHES IN SERIE A:Season 2013/14. Roma-Atalanta 3-1Season 2013/14. Roma-Torino 2-1Season 2013/14. Roma-Udinese 3-2Season 2013/14. Roma-Inter 0-0Season 2013/14. Roma-Sampdoria 3-0