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Milan v Dudelange: Preview, TV Schedule, and How To Watch the Europa League online

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Match: AC Milan v F91 Dudelange

Date: 29 November 2018

Time: 18.55 CEST, 12:55 PM EST, 17.55 GMT

Venue: San Siro, Milan, Italy

Television: Univision Deportes (Spanish) in the United States, Startimes Sports Life in Nigeria & most of Africa, ESPN Norte in Mexico & Central America, SONY TEN 1 HD in India, Optus Sport in Australia, ESPN Sur in Argentina & South America, beIN Sports HD 2 in the Middle East, TV 2 Sumo in Norway, Eurosport 2 in Sweden, and Sky Calcio 2 in Italy.

Streaming: Bleacher Report Live (English) & Univision NOW (Spanish) in the US , DAZN in Japan, Canada, Germany, & Austria, BT Sport Extra in the UK & Ireland, beIN Sports Connect in the Middle East, StarTimes App in Nigeria & most of Africa, ESPN Play Norte in Mexico & Central America, ESPN Play Sur in Argentina & South America, and Eurosport Player in Sweden.

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The biggest pre-match news was the exclusion of Franck Kessie from the squad list before today’s Europa League match at the San Siro against Dudelange. He’s reportedly not 100% fit, but after his match against Lazio, if anyone has earned a day off, it’s him.

Samu Castillejo will also miss the match, but that’s because he is still suspended because of the red card he got in the first match against Real Betis. It has been confirmed, however, that Gonzalo Higuain will start, as he is serving his two-match ban in Serie A for his red card meltdown against Juventus.

The expected lineup has Stefan Simic and Andrea Bertolacci getting recalled to the side and a possible debut for Alen Halilovic, along with Diego Laxalt getting the start over Ricardo Rodriguez.

While a lot of the bench and non-first team options for Milan aren’t great, Milan should still be able to get past Dudelange at home, which the team needs to do with Milan being level on points with Olympiacos, their next opponent in Group F action.

Dudelange, on the other hand, has lost all of their Europa League matches this season, and while it shouldn’t be a walkover, the pitch should be tilted to Milan’s favor. Of course, this just means that Dudelange go into the match with no expectations and no fear, meaning that a slow start for Milan could create panic and discord in the side, which could quickly lead astray.

Milan manager Gennaro Gattuso sounded like he was aware of the stakes going into the match, so hopefully he’s implored his players about the importance of getting a result today if they are to continue on their Europa League run.

What do you think the score will be? Let us know in the comments.