March 11, 2024 9:12 PM
Alex Lawes

Slavia Prague vs AC Milan Preview & Prediction | 2023-24 UEFA Europa League | Quarter-Final

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When is Slavia Prague vs AC Milan on and what time does it start? Slavia Prague vs AC Milan will take place on Thursday 14th March, 2024 – 17:45 (UK)

Where can I get tickets for Slavia Prague vs AC Milan? Visit each club’s official website for the latest ticket information

What channel is Slavia Prague vs AC Milan on in the UK? Slavia Prague vs AC Milan will be televised on TNT Sports in the UK

Where can I stream Slavia Prague vs AC Milan in the UK? Slavia Prague vs AC Milan can be streamed live on discovery+


  • Slavia Praha have won their previous five European home matches this season without conceding a goal and all by a margin of at least two goals.
  • Slavia Praha have won four of their previous eight European matches at home against Italian clubs (D2 L2). This includes a 2-0 victory vs Roma in this season’s Europa League group stage.
  • Slavia Praha have kept eight clean sheets in their last 11 European home games.
  • Slavia have lost the first leg of a European tie away from home by a two-goal margin on six occasions and they have managed to overturn that deficit three times. The last time they came back was in the second qualifying round of the Europa League in 2016/17. They lost in Estonia to Levadia Tallinn by a 3-1 scoreline before bouncing back to win 2-0 at home and progressing on away goals.
  • Slavia are aiming for a third Europa League quarter-final appearance in six seasons.
  • Milan have lost only one of their previous 13 UEFA competition matches against Czech teams (W9 D3).
  • Milan have won four of their last six European matches (L2).
  • Milan have lost the second leg in three of their last four Europa League knockout stage ties (D1).
  • In 64 two-legged encounters in UEFA club competitions in which they were at home in the first leg, Milan have won on 46 occasions and have progressed in all but six of those ties.
  • Milan’s last UEFA Cup/Europa League quarter-final appearance was 2001/02.


This one does appear to be all but sealed after the first-leg when Slavia Prague went down to ten men early on due to a red card for El-Hadji Diouf before AC Milan eventually won the game by four goals to two. Slavia have since hammered Teplice by four goals to nil in the Czech First League. The Rossoneri backed up their victory on the continent by edging past an-form Empoli at San Siro on Sunday afternoon. AC Milan should get through but like they did in the knockout playoffs against Rennes after comfortably winning the first-leg at home, it wouldn’t be a massive surprise to see them trip up in the Czech capital.


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