Stefano Pioli’s men came away with all three points against Bologna and thus extended their lead temporarily, as Inter then managed a big win against Benevento. Therefore, the difference between the two remains two points.
Milan’s will take on Crotona (H) and Spezia (A) in their next two games and the feeling is that they will win both, at least anything else would be an upset. As for the Nerazzurri, the schedule doesn’t look as easy.
They will take on Fiorentina (A) and Lazio (H) in their next two games. Although the former haven’t done well this season, it’s still a tough away trip and certainly the game against Simone Inzaghi’s men is no walk in the park.
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