Italian Series A 2023 Lineups for Milan vs. Torino. Aleksey Miranchuk, Antonio Sanabria, and a surprise debutant are Torino's options, while Rafael Leao and Brahim Diaz are back for Milan in a 3-4-3 formation to help Olivier Giroud. At 19.45 GMT, it begins at the Stadio Giuseppe Meazza in San Siro.Before this season, both teams faced off twice, with Torino emerging victorious in both games, 2-1 in Serie A on October 30 and 1-0 in extra time on January 11 for the Coppa Italia Round of 16.When the Granata were down to 10 men in the knockout round, Michel Adopo scored on the counterattack.
LINEUPS - MILAN VS TORINO
Milan's 2023 season had many low spots, but that was just one of them. They enter this round in sixth place after two draws and three straight losses.
Although Zlatan Ibrahimovic returns to the bench for the first time since having knee surgery in May 2022, Sergino Dest joined Ismael Bennacer, Mike Maignan, Fikayo Tomori, and Alessandro Florenzi on the treatment table.
Incorporating Thiaw, Stefano Pioli maintains a three-man defence but switches to a 3-4-3 with Brahim Diaz and Rafael Leao flanking Giroud.
Samuele Ricci, David Zima, Pietro Pellegri, and Valentino Lazaro are all absent for Torino, and Ivan Ilic is only fit for the bench.
Gvidas Gineitis, a midfielder from Lithuania who is 18 years old and was elevated from the junior team to the senior squad in January, is instead given the starting nod by Ivan Juric.He is making his Serie A debut right now, competing against Adopo, the Coppa Italia victor.
Milan players: Tatarusanu, Kalulu, Kjaer, Thiaw, Saelemaekers, Krunic, Tonali, Theo Hernandez, Brahim Diaz, Giroud, and Leao.
Torino Players: Milinkovic-Savic, Djidji, Schuurs, Buongiorno, Singo, Adopo, Gineitis, Rodriguez, Miranchuk, Vlasic, Sanabria.
Italian Serie A 2023: Milan Vs Torino, Lineups
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