Milan vs Juventus live streams are about to start, at 3:45 p.m. Eastern today (July 7).
Hope you're ready for the AC Milan vs Juventus live streams, as the biggest rivalry in Italian football meets again in less than an hour! A few short weeks separated from their first post-hiatus fixture, these squads are back again for seconds.
Juve manager Maurizio Sarri's gone on the record about how AC Milan will be a close, possibly difficult, matchup for his team. Lazio, which just lost 3-0 to Milan, agrees.
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Yes, even though AC Milan enters with a bit of momentum, Juventus has gotten the better of them in their last six meetings. Milan is fighting to rank fifth in the Serie A this season, which would match their rank from last year.
We can't write this without mentioning Cristiano Ronaldo, as the 35-year-old continues to net goals and just helped push Juventus to a 4-1 win over Torino.
Here's everything you need to know to watch an AC Milan vs Juventus live stream:
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AC Milan vs Juventus live streams in the US
America has one option for AC Milan vs Juventus: ESPN Plus. Currently $4.99 (and going up to $5.99 in August), ESPN Plus is the streaming service used to watch many (if not all) UFC fights.
If you haven't cut the cord yet, look to see if your cable provider offers RAI Italia Nord America. This is the American version of the RAI channel that is broadcasting the Coppa Italia game back in Italy.
Coverage starts at 3:30 p.m. Eastern | 12:30 p.m. Pacific in the US, today (July 7).
Juventus vs AC Milan live streams in the UK
In the United Kingdom, AC Milan vs Juventus is on Premier Sports 1. That's available for £9.99 per month via either the standalone Premier Player or through pay TV like Sky.
However, Italians in the UK, stuck away from home at a time nobody wants to be, might want to consider a VPN to find a stream that's made for their home country.
The game start at 8:45 p.m. BST.
AC Milan vs Juventus live streams in Canada
For a Juventus vs AC Milan live stream, Canadians need to get in da zone, or rather DAZN. The paid subscription service costs $20 per month and gets you a ton of sports action.
If you haven't cut the cord yet, Juventus vs Milan is also on TLN.
Kick-off is scheduled for 3:45 p.m. Eastern.
AC Milan vs Juventus live streams in Australia
Again, you can look for the RAI channel on traditional cable, but you're gonna need Kayo Sports if you already cut that cord.
Juventus vs AC Milan airs in Australia in the wee hours of the morning on Saturday, June 13, at 5am AEST.
AC Milan vs Juventus live streams in Italy
While Italians had the best luck for the Coppa Italia, AC Milan vs Juventus appears to be exclusive to DAZN.
AC Milan vs Juventus starts at 9:45 p.m. CEST.
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