Milan vs Juventus: how and where to watch - times, TV, online
All the information you need to know on how and where to watch Serie A leaders Milan host Juventus at San Siro (Milan) on 6 January at 20:45 CET.
Two Italian giants will collide on Wednesday when current Serie A leaders Milan take on the Scudetto champions Juventus at San Siro.
The hosts, with 37 points, one more than neighbors Inter Milan, will try to extend their three match winning streak in the domestic competition after beating Sassuolo, Lazio and Benevento. And I Rossoneri have reasons to be optimistic against their old rivals, as they haven’t been defeated in the 15 Serie A matches they have played this season (11 wins, four draws).
Milan, solid attack... and defence
Milan’s attacking line has been working quite well so far and without Zlatan Ibrahimovic they have also maintained their remarkable run of scoring at least two goals in their past 35 league games. Moreover, Stefano Pioli’s men have the third-best defensive record in Serie A this term.
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Juventus haven't had a great start of the season...
As for Juventus, they haven’t had a great start of the season, as they have achieved 27 points in 14 matches, (six draws and one loss). Instead, La Vecchia Signora have shown their best version in the Champions League, where they topped group G after smashing Barcelona at Camp Nou against all odds.
... but history says they can still become champions again
But not always a similar beginning of a season has had a bad effect on Juventus, as the last time they drew so many of their games at this point was back in 2001-02 and they became the Serie A champions with coach Marcelo Lippi.
If Andrea Pirlo’s squad want to come back and get the points they need to become serious contenders for the title, they will have to start getting a good result at San Siro, not to mention that Inter Milan, Roma and Napoli have been quite solid.
Ibrahimovic, ruled out for the match
The bad news for Pioli going into the match is he won’t be able to call upon Ibrahimovic, Ismael Bennacer, Matteo Gabbia and Alexis Saelemaekers, as they trained separately on Monday and are not expected to be ready.
Morata and Cuadrado out, Cristiano again the greatest hope for the visitors
Meanwhile, Juventus also have some issues, with Álvaro Morata unavailable with a muscle injury and Alex Sandro and Juan Cuadrado out of action after testing positive for coronavirus. Cristiano Ronaldo, the Serie A ‘capocannoniere’ with 14 goals in 11 matches, will partner with Paulo Dybala up front.
Adrien Rabiot will return from suspension and could feature from the start against Milan.
What time does the Milan vs Juventus match start?
The 2020/2021 Serie A match between Milan and Juventus will be played at San Siro (Milan) and will kick off at 20:45 CET on Wednesday 6 January 2021.
That's 19:45 in the UK, 14:45 ET and 11:45 PT.
Find out what time Milan v Juventus gets underway where you are in the world.
Where can I watch Milan vs Juventus?
In Italy, the United Kingdom and the United States, the following television channels and online services will be broadcasting Milan vs Juventus:
Italy: NOW TV, Sky Sport Serie A, SKY Go Italia, Sky Sport 251, Sky Sport Uno.
United Kingdom: LiveScore App, Premier Sports 1, Premier Player HD.
United States: Fanatiz USA, ESPN Deportes, ESPN2, ESPN Deportes+, Rai Italia Nord America.
If you are elsewhere in the world you can find out who will be broadcasting Milan vs Juventus here.
You can also follow all the key statistics, here on AS English.
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