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AC Milan vs Lazio: TV channel, stream, kick-off time, odds & match preview

14:35 GMT+3 28/01/2018
Leonardo Bonucci Milan Crotone Serie A
The Rossoneri welcome their high-flying opponents to the Stadio Giuseppe Meazza where they will hope to get their 10th league win of the season

AC Milan will attempt to continue their their quest to achieve continental football when they welcome Lazio to San Siro on Sunday.

The Rossoneri have endured a difficult season, but the tenure of Gennaro Gattuso has taken a turn for the better in recent weeks and they are now four games unbeaten, with three wins and a draw under their belts coming into the game.

However, they are coming up against a formidable opponent in the form of Lazio, who are third in Serie A and unbeaten in their last eight matches.

Indeed, the Biancocelesti will arguably boast a psychological edge over their hosts, having beaten them 4-1 in Rome in the corresponding fixture last September.

Game AC Milan vs Lazio
Date Sunday, January 27
Time 17:00 GMT / 12:00 ET
Stream (US only) fuboTV (7-day free trial)


In the United States (US), the game can be watched live and on-demand with fuboTV (7-day free trial).

New users can sign up for a free seven-day trial of the live sports streaming service, which can be accessed via iOS, Android, Chromecast, Amazon Fire TV, Roku and Apple TV as well as on a web browser.

US TV channel Online stream
beIN Sports fuboTV

In the United Kingdom (UK) the game is available to watch live on BT Sport 3 and can be streamed live online using BT Sport's app.

UK TV channel Online stream
BT Sport 3 BT Sport app


Position AC Milan players
Goalkeepers G. Donnarumma, A. Donnarumma, Gabriel
Defenders Calabria, Romagnoli, Gomez, Zapata, Bonucci, Abate, Musacchio, Paletta, Antonelli
Midfielders Mauri, Bonaventura, Calhanoglu, Montolivo, Biglia, Locatelli, Kessie, Zanalleto, Gabbia
Forwards Kalinic, Suso, A. Silva, Borini, Cutrone, Forte

Milan will be without Ricardo Rodriguez, who is suspended for the game after being sent off last week, while Andrea Conti remains sidelined with a long-term injury.

Potential AC Milan starting XI: G. Donnarumma; Calabria, Bonucci, Romagnoli, Abate; Bonaventura, Biglia, Kessie; Calhanoglu, Suso, Kalinic.

Position Lazio players
Goalkeepers Strakosha, Guerrieri, Vargic, Marchetti
Defenders De Vrij, Patric, Lukaku, Basta, Wallace, Bastos, Caceres, Radu, Felipe, Mauricio, Marusic, Armini
Midfielders Lucas, Anderson, Crecco, Parolo, Alberto, Lulic, Malinkovic-Savic, Miceli, Jordao, Ikonomidis, Murgia, Mohamed
Forwards Nani, Dordjevic, Caicedo, Neto, Perea

Lazio were without top scorer Ciro Immobile for their last game and it remains unclear how long the hamstring injury will keep the Italy international out for. David Di Gennaro is also unavailable.

Potential Lazio starting XI: Strakosha; De Vrij, Radu, Wallace; Lukaku, Basta, Lucas, Parolo, Milinkovic-Savic; Nani, Anderson.


AC Milan are at home and are considered marginal favourites at 6/4 by dabblebet. Lazio, meanwhile, are priced at 15/8 and a draw is available at 23/10.

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The appointment of Gattuso as a replacement for Vincenzo Montella in November was greeted with widespread unease among many Milan fans and some of the early results - including a humiliating draw against Benevento - suggested that it was not misplaced.

However, despite the criticism that has been levelled his way, the 40-year-old appears to have instilled a degree of consistency in a squad that has a point to prove not only to the rest of Italy, but Europe too.

Before the turn of the year, the Rossoneri beat rivals Inter in the Coppa Italia and snatched an away draw against Fiorentina. Since the new year, they have shown character to collect maximum points from their two games, with Franck Kessie, in particular, stepping up against Cagliari last week.

They face a difficult task to continue that form against high-flying Lazio, but they will be desperate to get a result - one that could potentially mark a turning point in their season.