So it’s Europa League time again, with AC Milan taking on Olympiacos at the San Siro.
If you’re wondering how to watch the match here is a list of where you can see the match:
Television: Optus Sport in Australia, Univision Deportes (Spanish) in the United States, Fox Sports Cono Sur in Argentina & most of South America, Fox Sports Cono Norte in Mexico & Central America, Sony Ten 1 HD in India, Startimes World Football & Canal+ Sport Afrique in Nigeria and most of Africa, beIN Sports HD 2 in the Middle East, Sky Sport Uno in Italy, and BT Sport ESPN in the UK and Ireland
Streaming: Bleacher Report Live & Univision Now in the US, Fox Play Sur in Argentina & South America, StarTimes App in Nigeria & Africa, beIN Sports Connect in the Middle East, BT Sport Live in the UK & Ireland, and Sky Go Italia in Italy
Check livesoccertv for additional information.
Our line-up for this evening's #UEL match with @olympiacos_org: @G_Higuain is back from the start— AC Milan (@acmilan) October 4, 2018
Gli 11 scelti da Mister Gattuso per #MilanOlympiacos: il Pipita al rientro dal primo minuto pic.twitter.com/32unt3etrb
Gonzalo Higuain is back in the lineup, while Franck Kessie, Hakan Calhanoglu and Mateo Musacchio all get a rest, with Tiémoué Bakayoko and Cristian Zapata are recalled to the starting lineup.
Η ενδεκάδα της ομάδας μας για το ματς κόντρα στη Μίλαν! / The line-up for today's match against @acmilan!#olympiacos ⚪ #UEL #MILOLY #lineup @EuropaLeague pic.twitter.com/eroL3fIDRe— Olympiacos FC (@olympiacos_org) October 4, 2018
Obviously the most recognizable name for Olympiacos would be former Manchester City standout Yaya Toure, but this squad could take Milan by surprise, as they have dominated Greek football for the past decade or so.