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Milan face toughest of Supercoppa Italia tests
Milan face a stiff test in Friday's Supercoppa Italia when they try to end Juventus' recent domination of the trophy.
The 29th Supercoppa will this year be contested in Doha, Qatar with Serie A runners-up Milan taking on Juve after the Bianconeri won both Serie A and the Coppa Italia last season.
Juve have been utterly dominant in Italy in recent years, a statement underlined by the fact they have lifted the last five Supercoppas, so it is no surprise Milan are big underdogs at n/a to win on Friday.
The Turin giants also hold the record for winning the cup the most times, seven, since the competition began in 1988 and will once again be expected to make their superiority clear for all to see.
On the face of it, Milan appear to have little chance in the clash but playmaker Suso says if they keep their composure and do not make many errors, they can cause an upset.
"The only recipe I know to beat the Bianconeri is to stay focused for 90 minutes, otherwise it is impossible," he said. "If you make mistakes, they punish you immediately. And if you have opportunities to score, you can not afford to waste them."
Milan last won the Supercoppa Italia in 2011 but will have some confidence that they can come out on top in Doha after narrowly beating the Bianconeri 1-0 earlier in the season in the Serie A clash between the two sides.
However, that victory ended a run of nine straight defeats to Juve, stretching back to 2012, and anything other than a win - and another trophy - for Massimiliano Allegri's men would be a major surprise.
The Rossoneri haven't been helped by their travels plans being thrown into turmoil after their scheduled flight was cancelled and they will have little time to adapt to the conditions in Doha, while are Juventus already in the Middle East enjoying the winter sunshine.
Milan are in decent form ahead of the game, losing just one of their last seven games, but Juve have won their last five and there's been little to suggest in recent weeks that Allegri's men are ready to surrender their Supercoppa Italia crown.

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