Our football match prediction:
Stadio Comunale Luigi Ferraris will host the match between Genoa and Milan. The Rossoblu suffered a 2-1 loss to Sampdoria in the local derby and the lack of confidence might prove to be a big problem for the hosts in Tuesday’s football match against Milan. Genoa sit in 12th place in the standings ahead of the visit of the Rossoneri, but a win over Vincenzo Montella’s troops would see them climb to the top half of the table. However, beating Milan is easier said than done as the Rossoneri are on a three-game winning run in the Italian top flight at the moment. Vincenzo Montella is going a great job with the Stadio San Siro outfit and his men proved their worth in a 1-0 win over title holders Juventus at the weekend. Milan are just two points behind Juve in the Serie A standings and we predict that they are going to pick up all three points from the Stadio Comunale Luigi Ferraris clash.
Highlighted Player (Nicolas Burdisso):
Nicolas Burdisso is an Argentine defender who plays for Italian side Genoa. Burdisso began his senior career at Boca Juniors and he made 102 league appearances for the Argentine giants between 1999 and 2004. The 183-cm-tall footballer then moved to Europe as he signed a four-year contract with Inter in 2004. However, he missed a number of matches in the 2004/2005 Serie A campaign as his daughter was fighting leukaemia. Burdisso played 93 league games for the Nerazzurri and he won four Serie A trophies with the Stadio Giuseppe Meazza outfit. In 2009he joined fellow Serie A club Roma on loan and on 28 August, 2010 he signed a permanent deal with the capital club. Nicolas Burdisso helped Argentina win the 2001 FIFA U20 World Cup and he was part of Argentina’s squad that won the 2004 Summer Olympics. His younger brother Guillermo Burdisso used to play for Roma in the past. Nicolas holds both Italian and Argentine passports.
Highlighted Team (AC Milan):
AC Milan are regarded as one of the biggest club in Italy. The Rossoneri compete in the Italian Serie A and they have won 18 domestic trophies. Speaking of the club’s European success, Milan have clinched seven Champions League (European Cup) trophies. Milan were on the verge of beating Liverpool in the 2005 Champions League final, but the Premier League outfit came from three goals behind and eventually won the prestigious trophy on penalties. The Rossoneri play their home games at Stadio San Siro (80,018), the stadium that was opened in 1926. It is well known that Milan’s bitterest rivals are Inter and there have always been fireworks when the two local rivals face each other in the Derby della Madonnina. Milan were founded in 1899 by a lace-maker from England named Herbert Kilpin and a businessman Alfred Edwards. Milan’s home kits are red and black and that is why the team’s nickname is Rossoneri (The Red and Blacks). The likes of Alessandro Costacurta, Paolo Maldini, Franco Baresi, Roberto Donadoni, Dejan Savicevic, Frank Rijkaard, Marco van Basten, Ruud Gullit and Andrea Pirlo are the most famous footballers who have represented the San Siro outfit.