Picking the Best Potential Milan Lineup to Face Parma in Serie A on Sunday

Milan host Parma in Serie A on Sunday at San Siro, looking to continue their decent recent form and push up the league table.


The visitors, however, are in good nick and are expected to give Gennaro Gattuso's injury ridden side a decent run for their money.


Here's the team Milan could field on Sunday.

1. Goalkeeper & Defenders

Gianluigi Donnarumma (GK) - The Italy international will come back into the side after Pepe Reina featured in the Europa League.


Davide Calabria (RWB) - The 21-year-old will be eager to continue his good form on Sunday, with an Italy call-up likely to come in the next year or so.


Ignazio Abate (CB) - Abate has served Milan well since rejoining from Torino 2009 and will likely make his 300th appearance for the club this season.


Cristian Zapata (CB) - The Colombian has a massive task on his hands, with both his centre back colleagues full backs by trade, and will need to put in a big performance.


Ricardo Rodriguez (CB) - The Switzerland international will be sniffing around any potential set piece opportunities he gets on Sunday as he looks for his first Serie A goal this season.


Fabio Borini (LWB) - The former Sunderland striker has become a utility man at Milan and scored in the Europa League win against Dudelange on Thursday.

2. Midfielders

Franck Kessie (CM) - Arguably Milan's most important midfielder, Kessie was impressive in the 1-1 draw at Lazio.


Tiemoue Bakayoko (CM) - The Chelsea loanee had a tough start at San Siro but has improved in recent weeks.


Hakan Calhanoglu (CM) - The Turkey international has a disappointing record in Serie A so far this season, without a goal in 11 games, but scored on Thursday.


Suso (CAM) - The Spaniard is Milan's most creative player and will need to be on top form to supply striker Patrick Cutrone with chances.

3. Forward

Patrick Cutrone (ST) - With Gonzalo Higuain serving the final game of his two match suspension following his red card against Juventus, Cutrone will lead the line on Sunday.


He made his international debut for Italy in March and scored on Thursday, his fourth goal in the Europa League so far this season.