Cremonese vs. Milan – Betting Odds and Free Pick

Last Updated on November 7, 2022 3:07 pm by Erwin Noguera

Milan reached second place in Serie A and will play its last away game of the year against Cremonese on Tuesday for Matchday 14.

Cremonese is one of the worst teams of the year and is waiting for the holidays to come and rethink what is coming in 2023, but first, they will have to face Milan at home in the last game in front of their fans in 2022.

For its part, Milan continues to climb the table and is waiting for a stumble from Napoli to add spice to the championship.

When:

Tuesday, November 8 at 2:45 pm ET at the Stadio Giovanni Zini

Moneyline odds:

Cremonese +550 

Milan -195

Draw Offs:

+330

Where Can I Watch it? 

Paramount+

Why Bet on Cremonese

6 months to oblivion. After being promoted to Serie A after more than 30 years, the Cremona side never imagined that they would have such a comeback. Through 13 games, it is the only team that has not won in the tournament and has 6 draws and 7 losses, in addition to 11 goals scored and 24 concededThey are 18th in the relegation zone.

For this match, coach Massimiliano Alvini will be without Andrei Radu, Santiago Ascacibar, Cyriel Dessers, and Luka Lochoshvili, all injured. Undoubtedly, they are important casualties for a team that does not have a squad of such quality to be able to replace them.

The Grigiorossi is the team that has achieved the most draws in the tournament (6) and has gone 2 games undefeated thanks to its ties with Udinese (0-0) and Salernitana (2-2). At home, they have only managed 2 points: against Sassuolo (0-0) and the aforementioned Udinese.

Why Bet on Milan

Milan wants to defend their title and they are not going to make it so easy for Napoli. They are second, 6 points behind the leader, and are waiting for any setback to close the gap. Of course, for that, they must win first.

After his narrow victory against Spezia, the savior of that day, Olivier Giroud, will not be able to play after being sent off for removing his shirt after his goal. Theo Hernández will also not be able to play because he received his fifth yellow card. Divock Origi and Fodé Ballo-Touré will be their replacements. In addition, Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Mike Maignan, Davide Calabria, Alessandro Florenzi, and Alexis Saelemaekers are still injured.

As a visitor in this tournament Pioli’s men have 3 wins, 2 draws, and 1 loss, this one in the last away game against Torino (2-1).

Final Betting Analysis: Cremonese vs. Milan

This should be a smooth game for Milan, who must win despite being away and keep second place. Cremonese has not proven to be a compelling rival in this first half of the championship and will have to make several changes in the transfer window if they want to maintain the category. The Rossoneri will be the winners.

At MyBookie.ag we find that Milan is the favorite of the match with a Moneyline of -195, while Cremonese has +550 and the draw is +330.

The last time they met was on May 12, 1996, and Milan crushed Cremonese 7-1. In history they have met 15 times, most of them in the 80s and 90s, and the Rossoneri have won 11, tied 2, and lost another 2.

Go for a straight win for Milan in the Moneyline. If you bet $100 on the win at -195, you will gain $51 for a total payout of $151.

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