Milan predicted the line-up against Inter

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Milan are appointed hosts for Sunday night’s long-awaited derby duel against city rival Inter at the San Siro.

Stefano Pioli has led his team to a club record start of ten wins from the first eleven Serie A matches, but Milan come this weekend and are still waiting for a Champions League victory in their first season of Europe’s top competition in seven years.

Here is XI Pioli can distribute to ensure that their domestic campaign continues to operate in happy isolation from their continental failures.

Pay attention and move on to the next game ?? ⚫️.Test alto, e avanti ?? ⚫️. @acmilan pic.twitter.com/j9G0noQoCc

– Fikayo Tomori (@fikayotomori_) September 15, 2021

Ciprian Tatarusanu (GK) – While Mike Maignan remains sidelined with a wrist injury, Romania’s number one will continue to skillfully fill in the blanks.

Davide Calabria (RB) – Despite a fear of injury in the middle of the week against Porto, Milan should be able to hire Serie A’s without a doubt the best defender in his current form.

Simon Kjaer (CB) – The traveling Dane seems to have found a home in Milan, and established himself as the senior part of the midfield pair before club captain Alessio Romagnoli.

Fikayo Tomori (CB) – Milan’s most used players this season do not seem to give up their requested status any time soon.

Fode Ballo-Toure (LB) – With Theo Hernandez sidelined by suspension, Ballo-Toure is set to resume its role as the Frenchman’s understudy.

Rossonero? ⚫️ #sempremilan pic.twitter.com/6AmAQA46my

– Brahim (@Brahim) 4 September 2020

Franck Kessie (CM) – While negotiations on a new contract drag on, Kessie remains a central cog in the Milan machine, but for how long?

Sandro Tonali (CM) – After a debut campaign that was so overwhelming that Milan was able to let his loan expire and then sign him permanently for a lower amount than his original fee, Tonali has started to show the form that first attracted Rossoneri.

Brahim Diaz (AM) – During his second season on loan from Real Madrid, Diaz is a goal shy to match his Serie A figure throughout the previous campaign (four).

You go I fly pic.twitter.com/OSh0NOWmVF

– Zlatan Ibrahimović (@Ibra_official) October 17, 2021

Alexis Saelemaekers (RW) – One of five players who have been in every Milan match this semester, the hard-working Belgian winger plays a selfless, albeit functional, role in Pioli’s high-pressure system.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic (ST) – Although he is closer to the referees in age than his teammates, the timeless 40-year-old has scored one goal every 94 Serie A minutes since the beginning of last season.

Raphael Leao (LW) – Milan’s top scorer this season (with only five in all competitions) has had a small shock at the end at the expense of much of his creativity this semester.

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