Published Wednesday, 18 September 2013
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The Hoops kick off their European campaign at the San Siro on Wednesday night as they begin the task of negotiating a difficult Group H, which also features Barcelona and Ajax.
Last season Celtic fell to Italian opposition when they lost to Juventus in the last 16, but Lurgan-born manager Lennon believes this year can be different.
"It is difficult to say," said the Northern Irishman. "Juventus at the time were the champions and flying high in their domestic league.
"This is very early on in everyone's respective season. But it is difficult to make comparisons between Juventus and Milan."
We hope to catch Milan cold a little bit because their coach probably hasn't had the time to get a consistent run of form.
AC Milan head coach Massimiliano Allegri described his list of absentees akin to a "wartime news bulletin" with Kaka, captain Riccardo Montolivo and fellow midfielder Andrea Poli all set to miss the visit of the Scottish champions.
Forwards Stephan El Shaarawy and Giampaolo Pazzini are also out along with defenders Ignazio Abate, Mattia De Sciglio, Matias Silvestre and Daniele Bonera.
Celtic are also struggling with midfielder Joe Ledley a "major doubt" due to a groin injury and winger James Forrest and midfielder Beram Kayal out of action.
Lennon said: "It is very unfortunate for him that these injuries have come all at the one time and it is not an ideal situation. But I am sure as the season and the campaign progresses Milan as always will get better and stronger.
"I can't look too much into Milan's problem I have to concentrate in my own.
"The fact that he can maybe bring (Alessandro) Matri in to the team, he cost a lot of money, money that myself or my board of directors can only dream of paying for players.
"I can't really offer up a lot of sympathy at this stage for him."
Reflecting on last season's exploits in Europe's top club competition, including an infamous win over Barca, the Hoops boss said his team will know what to expect on Wednesday.
Lennon continued: "The only thing it will give them is an idea of what they will come up against and throughout this campaign. There has been a change in personnel within the squad and we are still trying to integrate them but the core of the squad will be stalwarts for this campaign and can take a lot from that experience.
"However, we didn't play Milan last year, they are a different team and different football culture so we have to adapt very quickly to what Milan bring to the game."
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