MILAN – Please see below for a look at the precedents between Milan-Palermo in the first part of the season, the former players from the past and the present, the moments that made history and the form of the two teams ahead of this Sunday’s Round 10 Serie A match.THE LAST 5 MATCHESSeason 2011/12: Milan-Palermo 3-0. Round 7.Season 2010/11: Milan-Palermo 3-1. Round 11.Season 2009/10: Milan-Palermo 0-2. Round 16.Season 2006/07: Milan-Palermo 0-2. Round 7.Season 2005/06: Milan-Palermo 2-1. Round 8.FORMER PLAYERS:Milan: Cristian Zaccardo (at Palermo from 2004 to 2008)Palermo: there are currently no former Milan players in the Palermo squad.The following have played for both sides: Antonio Nocerino (at Milan from 2011 to January 2014. Currently on loan at Torino. At Palermo from 2008 to 2011), Matias Silvestre (at Milan for the 2013/2014 season, at Palermo in the 2011/2012 season), Davide Di Gennaro (came through the AC Milan Youth Sector, part of the first-team squad for the 2006/2007 season and the first six months of the 2009/2010 season. At Palermo for the 2013/2014 season), Massimo Donati (at Milan for the 2001/2002 season and at Palermo for the 2012/2013 season), Massimo Maccarone (came through the AC Milan Youth Sector, at Palermo from June 2010 to January 2011), Matteo Darmian (at Milan from 2006 to 2009. At Palermo in the 2010/2011 season) and Marco Amelia (at Palermo for the 2008/2009 season and at Milan from 2010 to 2014).HISTORIC MOMENT. Milan-Palermo 2-1. Season 2005/06. Round 8. The relief as Filippo Inzaghi embraced his coach Carlo Ancelotti after he scored the winning goal on 78 minutes sums up the difficulties the rossoneri faced against Palermo that day who made Milan work hard for the 3 points. The Sicilians, coached by Del Neri at the time, took the lead on 28 minutes through Caracciolo. However, Gattuso made sure that Palermo’s lead didn’t last long and equalised one minute later with a splendid left foot lob. The match seemed to be heading for a draw until Inzaghi popped up to score the winner with just over 10 minutes left to play. Inzaghi’s winner gave the rossoneri 3 precious points which were also vital to the team’s morale.MILAN’S LAST 5 MATCHES IN SERIE A:Season 2014/15. Cagliari-Milan 1-1Season 2014/15. Milan-Fiorentina 1-1Season 2014/15. Hellas Verona-Milan 1-3Season 2014/15. Milan-Chievo Verona 2-0Season 2014/15. Cesena-Milan 1-1PALERMO’S LAST 5 MATCHES IN SERIE A:Season 2014/15. Palermo-Chievo Verona 1-0Season 2014/15. Juventus-Palermo 2-0Season 2014/15. Palermo-Cesena 2-1Season 2014/15. Empoli-Palermo 3-0Season 2014/15. Palermo-Lazio 0-4