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Champions League: AC Milan need to support Inter now
20/04/2019, 16:45
AC Milan's disappointing draw at Parma earlier today means that the rossoneri will have to support Inter Milan to help them qualify for the top four this season.

The draw meant that Milan could only increase their lead on Roma to two points and with the giallorossi set to take on Inter later today at the San Siro, the rossoneri would want Inter to pick points off Claudio Ranieri's men.

Roma are also yet to play Juventus later in the season and a game against Sassuolo is never easy, apart from the tie against Genoa. 
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