AC Milan will take on Lazio today at the Stadio Olimpico, provided the game isn’t delayed by the rain, in an effort to catch up with the Rome-based team in the standings. Right now Lazio occupy fourth place and a Champions League spot, and Milan are desperate to make up ground, even with a number of key players out through injury and suspension.
We've gathered 10 interesting pre-match stats about #LazioMilan. Take a look: https://t.co/UGG1KWdtSs— AC Milan (@acmilan) November 25, 2018
Abbiamo raccolto i numeri più interessanti dei precedenti con i biancocelesti, eccoli: https://t.co/lFR2pdZr4J pic.twitter.com/QmPtrAuK11
If you’re looking to where you can watch the match, you can catch it on TV on ESPNEWS (English) & ESPN Deportes (Spanish) in the United States, ESPN Norte in Mexico, ESPN Sur in Argentina & most of South America, Super Sport 9 in Nigeria and much of Africa, beIN Sports HD 4 in the Middle East, beIN Sports 1 in Australia, and Sky Sport 3 NZ in New Zealand.
If online streaming is your thing, then check out ESPN+ in the US, ESPN Play Norte in Mexico & Central America, ESPN Play Sur DAZN in Canada, Austria, & Germany, Strive Sport in Sweden, beIN Sports Connect in the Middle East & Australia, Sky Sports Go NZ in New Zealand, and Eleven Sports 2 in the UK & Ireland. Serie A Pass will also have the match, and is available in India and elsewhere in the world.
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Stop on by for a chat once the teams kick off at 6 PM CEST or 12 Noon Eastern.