SPAL have won only once in 35 games against AC Milan in Serie A: in June 1957 (1-0 at Meazza Stadium).


AC Milan have won their last six games against SPAL in Serie A: they have never won seven consecutive league games against the Ferraresi.


AC Milan have won their last two away Serie A games against SPAL, scoring exactly four goals in each of these (4-1 in September 1967; 4-0 in February 2018).

The last time SPAL lost three Serie A games in a row, was back in October 2018, they’re currently on two consecutive defeats.


AC Milan have won their last three league matches, keeping a clean sheet in the two most recent games; the last time the Rossoneri won three consecutive Serie A games without conceding was back in March 2018.


AC Milan have lost the most points from goals conceded in the last 10 minutes in Serie A this season (eight, level to Cagliari), on the other hand SPAL are the only team to not lose any points in the same period.


Only Juventus (182’) have gone fewer minutes trailing than AC Milan (200’) in Serie A this season, SPAL however, have been winning for just 280 minutes at Mazza, with only Frosinone (161’) and Chievo (85’) winning for fewer minutes in home games in 2018/19.


Patrick Cutrone's only away brace in Serie A was back at Mazza stadium against SPAL (February 2018); the last seven goals scored by the AC Milan striker in the top-flight have come at Meazza stadium.


AC Milan’s Krzysztof Piatek (12) and SPAL’s Andrea Petagna (eight) have scored the most opening goals in the current league season; the last player to net more opening goals in a single Serie A campaign was Antonio Di Natale in 2011/12 (13).


AC Milan’s Krzysztof Piatek (currently on nine goals with the Rossoneri) could become the first player in Serie A history to score at least 10 goals with two different teams in the same league season (scored 13 with Genoa).