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Crisis club AC Milan can get on the scoresheet against Barcelona

Spanish champions Barcelona have won all seven of their La Liga and Champions League matches at Camp Nou in 2013/14.

They are long odds-on at 2/9 to win at home again against struggling Serie A giants AC Milan, but Gerardo Martino’s side may not have it all their own way against the Rossoneri.

Barcelona to win and both teams to score @ 17/10

Milan’s 2-0 home loss against Fiorentina last time out in the Italian top flight was the first time this season that Massimiliano Allegri’s men failed to find the back of the net.

They are currently languishing in 14th place in Serie A, but they have managed to score as many away goals as second-placed Napoli and gave Barca a fright in San Siro, with Robinho breaking the deadlock before Lionel Messi’s equaliser in a 1-1 draw.

Allegri’s outfit can strike again in Spain, but Barca have scored more than twice as many goals as Milan this term and will have too much quality in attack for their visitors.

Alexis Sanchez to score the first goal @ 9/2

The former Udinese winger has reacted to the pressure put on his place by £50m new signing Neymar by stepping up his goal-grabbing efforts this term.

Sanchez has struck in each of Barca’s last three games, with two of those goals opening the scoring in their respective matches and he can cover for currently-misfiring Messi again here.

Sulley Muntari to score at any time @ 15/2

Ghanaian midfielder Muntari was not particularly well-known for his striking exploits under Harry Redknapp at Portsmouth five years ago, but he has got himself amongst the goals since swapping Inter for neighbours AC.

The 29-year-old scored his eighth and ninth goals for Milan against Juventus in Serie A recently and is a big price to chip in with another against the Blaugrana.