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AC Milan vs Brescia: Preview, TV Schedule, and How to Watch Serie A Online.

A win is a win Milan march on and hope that another late goal isn’t necessary.

Ante Rebic of Ac Milan celebrate after scoring a goal the... Photo by Marco Canoniero/LightRocket via Getty Images

AC Milan vs Brescia: Preview, TV Schedule, and How to Watch Serie A Online.

Match: AC Milan vs Brescia

Date: 24 January 2020

Time: 8:45 PM Milan, 2:45 Eastern, 6:45 PM UTC

Venue: Stadio Mario Rigamonti; Brescia, Italy

All-time record: Milan v Brescia: Win-29 Draw-13 Loss-9 GF 84:51 GA

How To Watch: ESPN+ in the United States; DAZN & TLN in Canada; DAZN Japan, & Germany, SuperSport 8 Africa, or SL2G in Nigeria and much of Africa; beIN Sports 2 & beIN Sports Connect in Australia; beIN Sports 3 & beIN Sports Connect in France; beIN Sports HD 4 & beIN Sports Connect in the Middle East; Eleven Sports 1 in the UK & Ireland. Many other countries use Rai Italia America or Serie A Pass. Will also be shown on Sky Supercalcio HD, Sky Sport Serie A and Sky Go Italia in Italy.

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

Probable Lineup:

A late goal from a player (Ante Rebic) that needed the confidence hopefully keeps pushing Milan in the right direction as we travel to Brescia today. The starting XI looks to be more the usual faces as of late which I am sure will satisfy in some cases (Ibra, Ismael Bennacer) and leave people upset in others (Hakan Calhanoglu). This is the type of game you have to go win and there are no excuses if you can’t get it done. We need points and at the moment I do not care who is on the field as long as we are winning. Also of note for mental health reasons it seems that Lucas Paqueta is not in the squad after asking to be left out. I know there are a lot of rumors around him and why this is happening, but it should be noted as a good thing. The more athletes that take their mental health seriously hopefully will help more people realized its something we should all make sure we are taking care of.

For now we wait and see if there are any more moves for Milan as the window nears its end and hope for 3 points that never seem to come easy the last few years. FORZA MILAN!