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Monday February 27 2012
Milan-Juventus: Now the bans…

The Milan-Juventus tie is set to be played out again on Monday as the sporting judge will rule on a number of controversial incidents.

While the red card handed to Arturo Vidal and the yellow to Simone Pepe during the 1-1 draw will see them banned for the next 90 minutes, they may not be alone.

Rossoneri stopper Philippe Mexes risks a three-match suspension after TV footage seems to show him punch Marco Borriello at the start of the second half.

Footage has also emerged of Sulley Muntari getting physical with Juventus right-back Stephan Lichtsteiner during the tie.

Meanwhile, Milan are claiming that Andrea Pirlo of Juventus elbowed Mark Van Bommel on two separate occasions during the encounter.

There is also a risk that Juventus boss Antonio Conte and Milan Vice-President Adriano Galliani could be punished in some way for their argument during half-time.

Milan’s Massimo Ambrosini and Giorgio Chiellini of Juventus also exchanged strong opinions at the end of the game.

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