• AC Milan won the last meeting against Lazio back in March – previously the Rossoneri hadn’t beaten the Biancocelesti for six games (four draws and two wins for Lazio).
  • AC Milan are unbeaten at home in their last 23 games against Lazio, whose last win against The Rossoneri at the San Siro was in September 1989 (1-0).
  • However, four of these teams’ last six meetings at the San Siro have ended in a draw.
  • Over the last five Serie A match-days, AC Milan have alternately conceded three goals a game and no goals in a game.
  • The Rossoneri have lost only one of their last 16 home games, winning 13.
  • Lazio got back to winning ways last Sunday, after picking up only two points from their previous three games.
  • The Biancocelesti have picked up just one point in their last five away league fixtures, and have conceded goals in each of the last six.
  • Last Sunday against Parma, Matias Silvestre scored AC Milan’s first headed goal since Bojan’s back in January.
  • However, the Rossoneri remain the team that have conceded the most headed goals in this campaign (five).
  • Miroslav Klose made his Serie A debut and scored his first goal at the San Siro against AC Milan in September 2011.
  • Kaká has scored five goals in his 10 Serie A appearances against Lazio.
  • Last Sunday at the Tardini, Mario Balotelli was subbed off for the first time since joining AC Milan.