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Lazio v Milan: Preview, TV Schedule and How to Watch the Coppa Italia Online

Milan look to get a result in the semifinal’s first leg

AC Milan v Empoli - Serie A Photo by Emilio Andreoli/Getty Images

Match: Lazio v AC Milan

Date: 26 February 2019

Time: 9:00 PM Rome, 3:00 PM Eastern, 8:00 PM UTC

Venue: Stadio Olimpico, Rome

How To Watch: ESPN+ in the United States; ESPN2 Norte & ESPN Play Norte in Mexico & Central America; DAZN in Switzerland, Austria,& Japan; FloFC in Canada; RAI Uno & RAI Play in Italy; Sport TV4 in Portugal; TeleClub Sport Live in Germany; BT Sport 2 & BT Sport Live in the UK & Ireland; and on DirectTV Sports, DirecTV Play Deportes in Argentina and South America.

See livesoccertv for more information or if you don’t see your country listed.

Milan traveled to Rome to take on Lazio in the first leg of the Coppa Italia semifinal later today, and Milan have a pretty good opportunity to get a trophy this season with the final four clubs being Fiorentina, Atalanta, Lazio and Milan. Milan, however, should not take it for granted, as they still have a difficult task ahead of them in Lazio, who are also in the running for the fourth and final Champions League spot along with Milan, AS Roma, and Atalanta.

Milan bring the regular 23 man squad to the capital, and it looks to be a rather unchanged side that will be likely be played. The only change is rumored to be a swap of Samu Castillejo for Suso and the return of Davide Calabria for Andrea Conti, and even then, those changes won’t be a big deal, as those two are the usual starters on anyway.

The big question going into this match is if new striker Krzysztof Piatek continues his amazing scoring pace and if Lucas Paquetà is also able to keep up his good run of form. The addition of those two players into the lineup has been brilliant, and Milan have looked about as good as they have in years recently.

A win over Lazio in the first leg would go a long way towards easing the pain of crashing out the Europa League, and a Coppa Italia final would boost Gennaro Gattuso’s status as manager. Just don’t get too excited, as the real goal is qualification for the Champions League.