Max Allegri admits there is “too much pressure” on Milan, as they could mathematically clinch the Scudetto on Sunday.
The Rossoneri need four points from the last four games to be sure of the title, but if Inter fail to beat Cesena today and Milan defeat Bologna at San Siro, then the Scudetto is theirs.
“We are facing Bologna, who are not yet mathematically safe and desperately need the points,” warned the Coach.
“They'll come here with the bit between their teeth and must not be underestimated. We haven't won anything yet.
“I don't like the atmosphere that has built up around the team this week. There is too much pressure.”
Milan are still without Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Mark Van Bommel due to bans, plus Alexandre Pato, Gennaro Gattuso and Pippo Inzaghi.
Kevin-Prince Boateng is not 100 per cent fit either, while Massimo Ambrosini and Andrea Pirlo are returning from three months on the treatment table.
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