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AC Milan-Frosinone: Rossoneri emerge 2-0 victors
19/05/2019, 19:50
AC Milan take on Frosinone in a key Serie A clash for the Rossoneri Champions League hopes. 

MATCH FACTS:  AC Milan have won only one of their three Serie A meetings against Frosinone (D2) - in December 2015 (4-2 away from home). There have been 12 goals in the three Serie A meetings between AC Milan and Frosinone, 4 per game on average, despite the reverse fixture ending 0-0. In the previous six occasions (three points for a win era and 20 teams) AC Milan have collected 62 points or less after 36 Serie A match-days, they have never ended the season in the top 4. Frosinone have earned only one point in their last five Serie A matches - they have conceded 11 goals in the process (2.2 per game on average). Frosinone have conceded the most goals in the first half in Serie A this season (32), whilst no side has conceded fewer than AC Milan in the first 45 minutes (nine, level with Inter).


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