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Filippo Inzaghi: Injury update on Montolivo, De Jong and Muntari


Milan coach Filippo Inzaghi says three points are a must ahead of tomorrow's game against Udinese.

The Rossoneri have been struggling for form in their past games but the Italian is convinced that lack of wins is more down to bad luck rather than performance problems.

"I'm convinced we will have a good game tomorrow," Inzaghi said.

"It's a tricky game, all of them are but it's time to add three more points to our table and tomorrow we will work hard to get them. I respect [Udinese coach] Stramaccioni, he's an excellent coach and a friend.

"Our objective is always to do well. The [Sampdoria and Internazionale] games told us that we didn't fail, we were just unlucky. So far, except in the Palermo game, this team never failed.

"[Riccardo] Montolivo, [Nigel] De Jong and [Sulley] Muntari will not feature tomorrow.

"I hope to have De Jong back for the game against Genoa. Alex and Abate will also be missing and we have a problem with De Sciglio as well.

"We all want Montolivo to play, I would have done it if it was for me but he's returning from a long and painful injury."

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