Serie A: Milan vs Torino 0-0 FT, as Donnarumma made a few impressive saves

09 December at 22:35
AC Milan are set to take on Torino at the San Siro later tonight as you can follow the game with us on Calciomercato.com. 

MATCH PREVIEW:

- AC Milan are unbeaten in their last 21 Serie A meetings against Torino (W11 D10). This could be the 150th league win for the Rossoneri versus a side from Piemonte.
- AC Milan are unbeaten at the San Siro against Torino in Serie A since 1985: 15 wins and seven draws since then.
- AC Milan have scored 2+ goals in eight of their last nine Serie A home games (23 goals scored in total).
- Torino have lost only one of their last nine league matches: four wins and four draws for the Granata in the process.
- Torino are one of the two sides (alongside Juventus) to have lost none of their away games in Serie A this season: the Granata have drawn the most matches away from home in the current league (five).
- Torino are unbeaten in their last nine Serie A away games (W3 D6) - the last time they remained unbeaten for more games was back in 1976/77 (14).
- AC Milan have kept only one clean sheet in the first 14 league games played this season for the third time in their history, after 1932/33 and 1946/47.
- The next game will be Gianluigi Donnarumma’s 100th Serie A successive match with 90 minutes played – the keeper has played each of the last 120 AC Milan games.
- AC Milan striker Gonzalo Higuain has scored seven goals in 10 Serie A meetings against Torino - however he has failed to score in the most recent two.
- Torino’s Simone Zaza has played two league games as a starter at the San Siro against AC Milan, finding the net in both occasions.​

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