When does AC Milan vs Juventus kick off? Tuesday 7th July, 2019 – 20:45 (UK)
Where is AC Milan vs Juventus being played? Stadio Giuseppe Meazza
Where can I get tickets for AC Milan vs Juventus? Ticket information can be found on each club’s official website
What TV channel is AC Milan vs Juventus on in the UK? Premier Sports have the rights to Serie A matches in the UK, so it is worth checking their schedule
Where can I stream AC Milan vs Juventus in the UK? If televised, subscribers can stream the match live on Premier Player
Users of the LiveScore app will also be able to stream the match live
THE TEAM NEWS
- After a poor showing in their game with SPAL, AC Milan produced a stunning display to shock Lazio as they came away with a 0-3 win and that will give them plenty of confidence ahead of another tough game against Juventus.
- The last-gasp draw with SPAL was clearly a shock to the system for Milan as they responded brilliantly and they opened the scoring through Hakan Calhanoglu midway through the first half before Zlatan Ibrahimovic doubled their lead from the spot before the break.
- Substitute Ante Rebic made it three to seal the win just before the hour mark and in further positive news for Milan on the back of that superb three points, goalscorer Calhanoglu looks set to shake off the knock that forced him from the field in the first half of Saturday’s contest.
- Juventus moved another step closer to retaining their Serie A title as they were big winners against Torino and coupled with Lazio’s defeat against AC Milan, Juve ended the last round of fixtures possessing a seven-point lead at the top of the table.
- Paulo Dybala made it four goals in his last four matches as he opened the scoring in just the third minute before Juan Cuadrado doubled Juve’s lead, although their advantage was halved on the stroke of half-time as Torino slotted a penalty.
- Cristiano Ronaldo helped to ease any nerves as he added a third before a late own goal sealed the big win but Juve will be without the in-form Dybala as well as centre-back Matthijs de Ligt with the pair having to sit this one out because of suspension.
Juventus now hold a healthy lead in the race to claim the Serie A title and the reigning champions will be confident their name will be on the trophy once again after they made it seven straight wins in the league with their victory over Torino at the weekend. They head to AC Milan who will be full of confidence after a very impressive win over Lazio which ironically aided Juve’s chances of finishing top. Milan will be no pushovers here as they attempt to keep pace with the teams above them in their bid to earn a European place and having scored in their last 12 league matches, it is likely they will find the back of the net along with Juve who have failed to score in just one league game this season.