It has been six years since the Giallorossi were crowned champions, but the Rossoneri are back and they’re taking it to the final with ease.
They’re unbeaten in all but one of their four matches in Europe, a stretch that would have seemed impossible only six months ago.
The Rossonerios are now unbeaten in eight league games in all competitions, with two wins, one draw and two losses.
A victory in the first leg would make it seven consecutive league victories, which would make them the first team to win eight consecutive European cups in succession.
Milan are currently in fourth place, two points behind champions Barcelona.
It was a long-awaited return to the Champions’ League but they were denied a first-round spot by the European Club Cup.
They would have qualified if they’d beaten Juventus in the final.
A win over Inter Milan in the semi-final would have secured the Champions’.
The Rossonos are now just three points clear of Barcelona in the table, and a win in Sunday’s Champions League would put them one point ahead of the Catalan giants.
A win in the second leg would ensure the Rossonas stay in the competition, while a draw against a top-four side would leave them six points behind.
A win would ensure that the Rossones will go all the way to the last 16, while losing in the group stage would leave the team without a single point.