Time to get back to winning ways, can Milan do it at the Olimpico?
Lazio will be without Mobido Diakité as he is out for the rest of the season, while long term injuries to Sebastiano Siviglia and Fabio Firmani is also a blow. Doubts about whether or nor Rocchi and Behrami will play are also in the air, but Rocchi will most likely not be risked again after playing against Real Madrid during the weak.
The latest blow to hit the club is in the shape of Cristian Ledesma as he suffered a blow during training and will have to undergo surgery to repair his meniscus.
Injuries are something no one would wish on a club but it is time for Milan to play it to their advantage. After failing to win since August in the league, Milan will have to prove themselves again after a poor display against Celtic.
The rossoneri will also be without Ronaldo once again, but his return is on the cards, while Kaladze is out for a month. Paolo Maldini and Serginho also seem to be improving and could make a return by the end of that month.
Dida is also set to play, after recovering from the hit he took from the Celtic fan that invaded the field on Wednesday night.
However, problems regarding Jankulovski's knee have seen him not make the trip to the eternal city after a knock he picked up against Celtic. While, Seedorf and Pirlo are aslo being monitored as well as the condition of Ambrosini.
Players called up:
Goalkeepers: Dida, Kalac, Fiori
Defenders: Bonera, Cafu, Favalli, Nesta, Oddo, Simic
Midfielders: Ambrosini, Brocchi, Emerson, Gourcuff, Gattuso, Pirlo, Seedorf
Forwards: Aubmeyang, Inzaghi, Kaka, Gilardino