Vladimir Petkovic has insisted that Lazio will do ‘everything they can’ to beat Milan on Wednesday.
The capital club travel to San Siro tomorrow, looking for their fifth win of the season, that could move them up to sixth in the table.
The Biancocelesti Coach though, has admitted it will be tough beating the Rossoneri.
“We play at a stadium we have historically found it difficult to win at,” he told a Press conference.
“We need to build on what we’ve done and try and get some points on the road. Everyone here is confident, but we need to show that on the pitch.
“I expect an improvement from everyone, and we also need great support from the fans.
“If we want to win in Milan we have to do everything possible. The last time we went to Milan there was a penalty and an unjust sending off.
“We’re not using that as an excuse, but I hope this time we’re not talking about those sorts of things.
“My relationship with the team is good – I don’t want to say great because there is always room for improvement. We’ll try to resolve what’s been a difficult time, together.
“We’ve had a lot of injuries, which hasn’t helped. But we’re not far from where we should be. Milan are always a dangerous opponent, and will be desperate for a win.”
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