MILAN – Ahead of the Round 22 Serie A match between Juventus-Milan, we take a look at the previous matches between the two teams in Turin in the second part of the season, the former players from the past and the present, the moments that made history and the form of the two sides ahead of the big match:LAST 5 MATCHES:Season 2012/13: Juventus-Milan 1-0. Round 33.Season 2010/11: Juventus-Milan 0-1. Round 28.Season 2007/08: Juventus-Milan 3-2. Round 33.Season 2005/06: Juventus-Milan 0-0. Round 29.Season 2003/04: Juventus-Milan 1-3. Round 25.FORMER PLAYERS:Milan: Christian Abbiati (on loan at Juventus in the 2005/2006 season) and head coach Filippo Inzaghi (at Juventus from 1997 to 2001 and then at Milan from 2001 to 2012).Juventus: Andrea Pirlo (at Milan from 2001 to 2011), Marco Storari (at Milan from January 2007 to June 2007 and then for half of the 2009/2010 season).The following, amongst others, have played for both sides:  Zlatan Ibrahimovic (at Juventus from 2004 to 2006 and at Milan from 2010 to 2012), Roberto Baggio (at Juventus from 1990 to 1995 and at Milan from 1995 to 1997), Fabio Capello (at Juventus from 1970 to 1976 and at Milan from 1976 to 1980) and Romeo Benetti (at Juventus in the 1968/1969 season, at Milan from 1970 to 1976 and then back at Juventus from 1976 to 1979). The following have coached both sides: Carlo Ancelotti (at Juventus from February 1999 to 2001 and at Milan from November 2001 to 2009) and Fabio Capello (at Milan from 1991 to 1996 and the 1997/98 season and then at Juventus from 2004 to 2006).HISTORIC MOMENT: Juventus-Milan 1-3. Season 2003/2004. Round 25. During a cold evening in the middle of March, Carlo Ancelotti’s Milan dominated in Juve’s backyard by giving an attacking master-class against the Italian Champions at the time. The man of the evening was Clarence Seedorf, providing a fantastic cross for Shevchenko’s opening goal on 25 minutes. Seedorf then went from provider to goal-scorer on 63 minutes albeit with the slight help of a deflection off Juve’s Ciro Ferrara. Not content with his impeccable display, Seedorf scored a brace to open up a 3 goal cushion on 74 minutes with an unstoppable effort to leave Buffon helpless. Juve scored a consolation goal through their leader Ciro Ferrara on 81 minutes, but Milan had already wrapped up the win.MILAN'S LAST 5 AWAY MATCHES:Season 2014/15. Lazio-Milan 3-1 Season 2014/15. Torino-Milan 1-1Season 2014/15. Roma-Milan 0-0  Season 2014/15. Genoa-Milan 1-0 Season 2014/15. Sampdoria-Milan 2-2JUVE’S LAST 5 HOME MATCHES:Season 2014/15. Juventus-Chievo Verona 2-0Season 2014/15. Juventus-Hellas Verona 4-0 Season 2014/15. Juventus-Inter 1-1  Season 2014/15. Juventus-Sampdoria 1-1  Season 2014/15. Juventus-Torino 2-1