Milan coach Sinisa Mihajlovic says he is forced to rotate his team for tomorrow's away game at Udinese.
The Rossoneri registered a much-needed win on Saturday against Palermo but will have to be at their very best if they are to take anything away from the Stadio Friuli.
"Taking points from matches is always important," Mihajlovic said.
"But I also feel it's easier to collect points through good performances. In our past two matches we have tried to adopt that approach and I think it went reasonably well.
"We know we have areas to work on and we need to avoid some of the mistakes that we made in the last match versus Palermo. Having said that, I think we're on the right track.
"Unfortunately we go into the match with Udinese short on numbers and I will have to make changes to the team. I will however try and keep the core of the side that played in the previous two matches.
"The other changes will be ones that I'm forced into. I don't know if I will start with Mario Balotelli. Tomorrow I will talk with the players and I will choose the best team to send out for the match. Up until now, Mario has conducted himself exceptionally on and off the pitch.
"I expect more from every player because they all have the qualities to do better. I try and get the very best out of each and every one of them. Calabria's performance didn't surprise me.
"He has always done well in every match in which he has featured. If he continues to work hard, he will have a great career ahead of him."