Milan v Udinese is the first game of Serie A between the two sides in the modern era.
The tie will kick off at 12.30pm local time on Friday (local time on Saturday) and is the second leg of a three-match home stand.
Udinese have won both legs of the last meeting and, despite losing 3-1 in the last two meetings, Milan are in good form.
Milan were able to put together a solid defensive performance against Udinese, and this time they will need to do so against a Milan side that has been struggling to find their feet in Serie A this season.
Milan’s second goal was a brilliant piece of skill by Giorgio Chiellini.
The young forward was in possession, but was unable to get the ball down the left flank as Udinese’s forward line was closing down.
It was a simple goal, and it was exactly what Milan needed as they struggled to create chances in the first half.
Udani managed to get a goal back and were even able to move ahead at the half hour mark.
Udini had been the better side in the early stages of the first period and this was their second goal of the match.
The first came in the 56th minute when they got the goal they needed, and Milan took the lead with just over three minutes to go.
The lead was increased as Milan got the equaliser in the 65th minute.
A fine cross from Giuseppe Motta resulted in a header from M’Baye Niang.
With Udinese now down to ten men, the ball was picked up by Marco Bellotti and he made an incredible run to the penalty spot.
Milan had already created an opportunity for their first goal when Marco Bellotto converted a penalty.
Milan doubled their lead five minutes later when Nabil Ghenea converted a free kick from inside the area.
Milan looked dangerous on the break and were soon rewarded for their effort when Gheneah scored the third goal of their game.
Milan dominated possession in the second half and were looking to get back into the game after an hour and a half.
However, Udinese looked like they had enough and they had a chance to get in front at the end of the half, only to see Milan equalise through Gheneha’s goal.
Udai’s first goal came just before the half-hour mark, as Gheneas shot from inside his own penalty area, allowing him to score the equalizer for his side.
Udhi then went on to make it 4-2 to the hosts.
This was an encouraging performance from Udinese and they are now looking forward to playing at home for the first time since January.
The match will be broadcast live on television by the official broadcaster Rai Sport.
Milan are looking to return to the top of Serie B, which they have not won since August.
Udine will be hoping that their results will be better than the one in the opening match of the season.