If Milan are to keep their Europa League hopes alive they must take all three points against Udinese, said coach Filippo Inzaghi.
The Rossoneri could only manage a goalless draw against rivals Internazionale last week but will be looking to take all three points against Andrea Stramaccioni's side on Saturday.
"We know how important tomorrow's game is for us, we have to play as a unit," Inzaghi said on Friday.
"We produced a number of good games recently and taking all three points tomorrow would be important for the table.
"We want to take it one game at a time. Tomorrow we will start the best possible formation.
"Our objective is to be consistent. We knew five games ago that all remaining games were like finals but we also have to accept the verdict of the pitch.
"Tomorrow, yes, is a key game [to qualify for next season's Europa League] so the three points are a must.
"[Riccardo] Montolivo is fit and will resume training with the group next week. He will probably be in the squad for the Napoli game. For Wednesday [against Genoa] it's a little bit early though.
"Mattia [Destro] is relaxed and will start if I believe he should start.
"[In midfield] picking players is difficult. [Keisuke] Honda, Suso and [Alessio] Cerci are all very good players.
"I have two-three doubts [ahead of the game]."