Milan and Crotone meet in the Italian Serie A on 07.02.2021. Kick-off is at 15:00. Giuseppe Meazza is the venue where the match is taking place on Sunday. The actual league leaders meet the 20rd place side. Current statistics of AC Milan AC Milan won its last encounter 1:2 against Bologna. The home team has won 14 out of 20 games in the recent six months. With its own fans at home, Milan was able to win five matches, 3 times the duel ended with a tie and two games were lost. In the current season 20/21, Milan has so far managed to win 5 out of 10 home games (50%). Three matches ended in a tie and two matches were lost at home. In total, Milan has won 14 out of 20 season games. While it was enough to draw four matches, two games ended without points. In the first half, coach Stefano Pioli’s team can score more goals on average. Milan currently achieves an average of 2,00 goals per game at home and receives 1,50 goals. This results in a total of 3,50 goals per game. A look at last season’s goal record shows AC Milan at home with an average of 1,63 goals. The average number of goals conceded per home match is 1,05. Home games usually ended 1:1, 1:0 or 1:2 in the previous season. The most common final score in their own stadium last season was 2:0, 2:2 or 0:3. Current statistics of FC Crotone Their last match, Crotone had lost 0:3 against Genua. The team has been winning 0 out of 10 away games (0%) so far in this season. The statistics for the past 6 months show three wins, three draws und fourteen defeats. Crotone was able to win zero away victories. The team lost eight games in the foreign stadium and in two matches the teams separated with a draw. In the running season, coach Giovanni Stroppa’s team have scored an average of 0,90 goals per away game, primarily in the first half of the match. When Crotone plays away, there is an overall average of 3,50 scored goals per match. Last season, Crotone played away with an average of 0 goals for and 0 against in away stadiums. Crotone’s most likely played away 1:2, 0:0 or 1:4 in the running season.