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F91 Dudelange v Milan: Preview, TV Schedule, and How To Watch the Europa League online

Milan start their Europa League campaign in Luxembourg

AC Milan v AC Chievo Verona - Serie A Photo by Marco Luzzani/Getty Images

Match: F91 Dudelange v AC Milan

Date: 20 September 2018

Time: 21:00 CEST, 3 PM EDT, 20.00 BST

Venue: Stade Josy Barthel (National Stadium of Luxembourg, in Luxembourg City)

Television: Univision Deportes (Spanish) in the United States, ESPN Sur in South America, BT Sport Extra in the UK & Ireland, Optus Sport in Australia, beIN Sports HD 4 in the Middle East, ESPN 2 Norte in Mexico & Central America, and Sky Calcio 2 in Italy

Streaming: Bleacher Report Live (English) & Univision NOW (Spanish) in the United States, ESPN Play Sur in South America, beIN Sports Connect in the Middle East, StarTimes App in Nigeria and most of Africa, and Sky GO Italia in Italy.

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F91 Dudelange play their first-ever match in the group stages of a European competition against one of the most legendary and successful teams in European history in Milan. Luxembourg’s first-ever match in the Europa League group stages will be against one of the biggest clubs in Italian history.

Gennaro Gattuso said all the right words in his pre-match press conference yesterday, stressing that no team is to be taken lightly in the Europa League. He emphasized that matches like these, where one team is the overwhelming favorite, can often be tricky matches that can result in a surprise result.

Look for some rotation in Milan’s starting XI. This would be a match for Patrick Cutrone to start, but with him still not 100% fit, it’s hard to justify bringing him along and risking further injury. Gattuso also mentioned Alen Halilovic by name, there is a chance he could get the start, as well as Samu Castillejo.

Besides Cutrone, Ricardo Rodriguez and Giacomo Bonaventura also did not travel, so Diego Laxalt will get the start at left back, and Tiémoué Bakayoko, Andrea Bertolacci, or José Mauri could all get into the starting XI with Bonaventura out and hopefully a rest for Lucas Biglia.


How are you planning on watching the match? US fans, did you spring for Bleacher Report Live, either the whole package, go month-by-month, or are you spending the $2.99 on a PPV basis?