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Milan v Bologna: Preview, TV Schedule, and How to Watch Serie A Online

Milan needs a win to keep pace but even that might not be enough

Bologna FC v AC Milan - Serie A Photo by Mario Carlini / Iguana Press/Getty Images

Match: AC Milan v

Date: 6 May 2019

Time: 18.30 Rome, 2.30 PM Eastern, 16.30 UTC

Venue: San Siro, Milano, Italy

Previous Result: 9 December 2018: Milan 0-0 Torino

How To Watch: ESPN2 & ESPN+ (7 Day Free Trial & monthly subscription) in the United States; DAZN in Canada, Japan, Austria, & Germany; SuperSport 9 in Nigeria and much of Africa; Kayo Sports, beIN Sports 1 & beIN Sports Connect in Australia; beIN Sports 2 & beIN Sports Connect in France; Sport TV 3 in Portugal; ESPN Sur & ESPN Play Sur in Argentina & most of South America; ESPN2 Norte & ESPN Play Norte in Mexico and Central America; Premier Sports 1 in the UK; Eir Sport 2 in the Republic of Ireland; Strive Sport in Denmark, Norway & Sweden; Sky Calcio 1, Sky Sport Serie A, Sky Supercalcio HD & Sky Go Italia in Italy; Many other countries use Rai Italia America or Serie A Pass.

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

Milan go into this match against Bologna needing a win to stay in the hunt for European places, but with Atalanta’s victory over Lazio yesterday, the point might be moot. With four games to go, Atalanta is not only six points ahead of Milan, they are only one point back of third placed Inter Milan, meaning that there is more of a chance that Atalanta nick third place from Milan’s city rivals rather than Milan climbing ahead of the Bergamo club. It goes without saying that this match is a must win at this point, but as Milan are sitting in seventh place right now, a point behind Torino and three points behind even fifth placed AS Roma, a win would at least get Milan in the running for a second straight season of

Gattuso will reportedly stick with a fairly familiar lineup against Bologan, with Iganzio Abate subbing in at right back for the pair of injured fullbacks Davide Calabria and Andrea Conti. The rest of the lineup looks pretty expected, even with Tiémoué Bakayoko left out as punishment for being late to training and causing Gattuso to make the team stay at Milanello this past week.

Bologna are almost clear of the relegation zone in 15th place on 37 points. While Empoli could theoretically still overtake them, Bologna has to be liking their chances of another year of Serie A survival.

Will Milan get an expected victory? Or has the team turned a corner for the worse? Let us know in the comments.