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Milan vs. Lazio Betting Odds and Predictions

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Last Updated on May 3, 2023 9:38 pm by Erwin Noguera

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Milan and Lazio will play this weekend for Matchday 34 of Serie A in a great game that can change many things on the table.

A very difficult week for Il Diavolo, who have two key matches and have to win to achieve their goals for this season.

Il Aquile won again and arrives motivated for this game that can practically ensure their passage to the next Champions League.


Saturday, May 6 at 9:00 am ET at the San Siro

Moneyline odds:

Milan -103 

Lazio +295

Draw Offs:


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Why Bet on Milan?

An important week for Milan. This Saturday they will face Lazio in a duel for next season’s European Cups, while on Wednesday they will play at home against Inter for the first-leg semifinal of the Champions League. Two vital games, so surely the coach Stefano Pioli will not hold anything back and will play with the best he has.

This Wednesday the Rossonero team managed to rescue a point at the end by drawing at home with Cremonese 1-1. Il Diavolo was losing but at minute 90+3, a free kick by Junior Messias was deflected by a defender and gave his team the goal to reach 58 points. Although they dropped one place due to Atalanta’s victory, everything is very tight, since the two of them and Roma have 58 points, but those from the Italian capital are the most affected since they are out of the European cups, while those from Bergamo are in positions of the Europa League and the Milanese in the Conference League.

Milan has a great unbeaten record of 8 games, however, 5 have been draws, and that is a result that does not serve them much at the moment. At home, they have 5 wins and 3 draws in their last 8 games. Fikayo Tomori returns from his suspension.

Why Bet on Lazio?

Lazio bounced back from their two straight losses and beat Sassuolo 2-0 with goals from Felipe Anderson and Toma Basic. Thanks to that they were able to recover second place and have a difference of 6 points with the 5th, 6th, and 7th, which are Atalanta, Milan, and Roma. Winning this Saturday, with 4 Serie A games to go, would practically ensure their European participation next season, and also get them close to returning to the Champions League.

One of the issues that worries coach Maurizio Sarri is that his captain and scorer, Ciro Immobile, has only scored 1 goal in his last 9 games, and it was from a penalty. Undoubtedly, in these last games, they need their goal-scoring ability to ensure their classification.

Lazio is one of the best visitors to the tournament, achieving 9 wins, 4 draws, and 3 losses, being only surpassed by Napoli. Alessio Romagnoli returns from his suspension to face his former team.

Final Betting Analysis: Milan vs. Lazio

It will be a very close game between two teams with a good defense. Milan is the local and the one who needs victory the most and Lazio will wait to take advantage of those moments to attack quickly. It will be very even and we believe it will be a tie.

At we find that Milan is the favorite of the match with a Moneyline of -103, while Lazio has +295 and the draw is +246.

The last time they met was on January 21 of this year and Lazio won 4-0 with goals from Sergej Milinkovic-Savic, Mattia Zaccagni, Luis Alberto, and Felipe Anderson, while the last time they played at the San Siro for Serie A it was on September 12, 2021, and Milan won 2-0. They have not tied since the 2019 Coppa Italia (11 games ago).

Go for a draw in the Moneyline. If you bet $100 on the draw at +246, you will gain $246 for a total payout of $346.

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