Date: 11th March 2021 at 1:50pm
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Former AC Milan and Manchester United goalkeeper Massimo Taibi claims that, without , there is no clear favourite to choose from between his two former sides when they meet in the Europa League.

The 51-year-old, who also had a brief and disappointing spell with the Red Devils in season 1999/2000, reckons that the game will be exciting yet balanced.

“They’re both great teams,” he told ahead of their Europa League meeting on Thursday night.

“It’s not easy to make a prediction and, without fans, I think it’s anyone’s game.

“It’s going to be a well-balanced game. Old Trafford and San Siro are stadiums in which the fans get behind their teams and provide an extra push.

“The [Stadio Giuseppe] Meazza, like the one in Genova [the Stadio Luigis Ferraris], provide an extra buzz. They’re the most similar to English stadiums in that respect.

“The fans are really close to the pitch in these stadiums and it adds a little extra [to the atmosphere],” He finished.