Milan are unbeaten in their last 14 Serie A away matches (W10 D4), their longest run since April 2004. In 2020, they only lost one league match on the road, only in 1992 and 1964 have they done better.
Milan, meanwhile, make four changes: Kalulu, Theo Hernandez, Alexis Saelemaekers and Krunic all drop out, with Kjaer, Dalot, Kessie and Diaz coming in.
Benevento make just one change to the side that beat Udinese last time out; Improta drops out with Hetemaj taking his place.
SUBS: Marco Frigerio, Daniel Maldini, Pierre Kalulu Kyatengwa, Mateo Musacchio, Leo Duarte, Antonio Donnarumma, Lorenzo Colombo, Samu Castillejo, Andrea Conti, Ciprian Tatarusanu, Jens Hauge, Rade Krunic.
MILAN (4-2-3-1): Gianluigi Donnarumma; Davide Calabria, Simon Kjaer, Alessio Romagnoli, Diogo Dalot; Sandro Tonali, Franck Kessie; Brahim Diaz, Hakan Calhanoglu, Ante Rebic; Rafeal Leao.
SUBS: Daam Foulon, Christian Pastina, Bryan Dabo, Igor Lucatelli, Giuseppe Di Serio, Marco Sau, Abdallah Basit, Riccardo Improta, Nicolo Manfredini, Lorenzo Del Pinto, Andres Tello, Gabriele Moncini.
BENEVENTO (4-3-3): Lorenzo Montipo; Gaetano Letizia, Alessandro Tuia, Kamil Glik, Federico Barba; Pasquale Schiattarella, Artur Ionita, Perparim Hetemaj; Roberto Insigne, Gianluca Lapadula, Gianluca Caprari.
Milan, meanwhile, will be desperate to secure three points and return to first place in the table – rivals Inter are two points ahead of them following their win earlier today.
Hello and welcome to live commentary of this Serie A fixture between Benevento and Milan. The hosts enter this one in 10th and they’ll be looking to continue to defy expectations by winning against title challengers today.