Tonight AC Milan and Juventus lock horns again. Two of the giants of Italian football, they recently faced off in the Coppa Italia, but go looking to advance their standings in the league this evening. Our guide tells you everything you need to know to watch and enjoy AC Milan vs Juventus tonight.
AC Milan vs Juventus kick-off time
The game will get underway at 8.45 BST at the San Siro. All eyes will, no doubt, be on the high-profile face-off between team figureheads, Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Cristiano Ronaldo.
How to watch AC Milan vs Juventus in the UK
The game is available in the UK on Premier Sports 1 and Premier Sports 1 HD. Both of which are available as part of a Sky Sports subscription.
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AC Milan vs Juventus match preview
Free-scoring Juventus are unbeaten in all competitions since the restart and recently drew 0-0 with Milan in the first leg of their Coppa Italia tie.
Milan are unbeaten themselves though, since football’s return and star-man Zlatan Ibrahimovic is beginning to make his presence felt in the squad. He has four goals and two assists in his ten appearances since joining Milan, netting a penalty in their last outing.
As we saw in the recent cup tie, this is an evenly matched fixture at the moment. Fans will be hoping for a few more goals and hopefully the attackers will be able to supply them. Juventus won 4-1 against cross-town rivals Torino last time out, while Milan bagged a 3-0 win over Lazio. Hopefully that goal-scoring form continues this evening and fans witness an entertaining Serie A fixture.
In terms of league standings, the points on offer this evening could be important to both sides. Juventus look to extend their seven point lead at the top of the Serie A, while Milan aim for European qualification. Currently, they’re in seventh, on 46 points, just shy of the Europa League spots.