AC Milan will return to action on Saturday evening when they travel to Genoa. The Rossoneri haven’t had much time to rest, but they’ll be hoping to make it seven victories out of eight in the league.

Stefano Pioli’s men have made an excellent start to the season in the league. They are coming off a 0-0 tie in the Champions League versus Dortmund, which was also played just two days earlier.

Last week’s 2-0 home triumph over Lazio, collected by goals from summer acquisitions Christian Pulisic and Noah Okafor, moved Milan onto a tally last attained after seven games in the Scudetto-winning campaign of 2021-22 – and before that, some 20 years ago.

The Serie A title race at its early stage is still open with Napoli still struggling to find their feet while Juventus, Lazio and Roma are also grinding through for results.

After holding Dortmund on German soil, Pioli will be looking for more points on the road in Serie A, after poor away form denied Milan a second-place finish last season.

Since February, each of Milan’s five league defeats has come on the road, but they can now travel to Marassi with a recent record against Genoa on their side.

Genoa last won at home against Milan in October 2016, and prior to relegation a few years ago, the Ligurian team had lost seven of the previous nine Serie A games, winning only one.

The Grifone, now led by former Milan striker Alberto Gilardino, have rebounded from an opening-day thrashing by Fiorentina to collect eight points from their next six matches, and they were only denied two more last weekend by a late own goal.

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