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When is Juventus vs Milan? Kick-off time, referee, TV channel info & live stream info

By Mohamed Moallim

When is Juventus vs Milan? Kick-off time, referee, TV channel info & live stream info

Published: 11:30, 28 May 2023

Juventus will be looking to make an unlikely push towards playing Champions League football when they host rivals Milan in Serie A this weekend.

Heading into the penultimate round Juve found themselves dropping from second to seventh following an investigation into the club’s transfer dealings that found evidence of false accounting.

The Old Lady was previously handed a 15-point penalty in January, which had been suspended last month on an appeal to the country’s highest sports court, however, in a new ruling by the Italian football federation’s appeals court they were docked 10 points.

Consequently, their chances of reaching next season’s Champions League group phase seem remote, Juve are now five points behind fourth-place Milan with two matches remaining.

Stefano Pioli’s side, meanwhile, will attempt to register a league double over Juventus, something Milan had previously done twice across the last 50 years (2009/10 and 1990/91).

Looking to watch Juventus vs Milan online? Read on for your live streaming options.

When is Juventus vs Milan?

Juventus vs Milan takes place at the Allianz Stadium on Sunday, 28th May.

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What is the kick-off time for Juventus vs Milan?

Juventus vs Milan will kick-off at 7:45pm (UK time).

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Where to watch Juventus vs Milan on TV:

  • UK: BT Sport 1
  • US: Paramount+

Juventus team news

Juan Cuadrado and Danilo return from suspension this weekend. Head coach Max Allegri though is still without, Nicolo Fagioli, Paul Pogba, Mattia De Sciglio and Leonardo Bonucci who recently announced he will retire in 2024.

Dusan Vlahovic is set to miss out after sustaining a tendon problem that has kept him from training. Arkadiusz Milik would lead Juve’s forward line if he’s absent.

Federico Chiesa is an option. He’s been involved in six goals (three goals and three assists) against Milan in Serie A, including his only brace with Juventus on January 6, 2021; against no other opponent has he been directly involved in more goals in the competition (also six against Bologna).

Milan team news

Ismaël Bennacer (knee) is the only player unavailable to Milan this weekend. The midfielder recently underwent surgery on his right knee. The recovery time is estimated to be at least six months. He joins Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Alessandro Florenzi on the sidelines.

Following a hat-trick against Sampdoria last time out, former Arsenal man Olivier Giroud should continue to lead Milan’s attack, the Frenchman has now registered 11 goals in the current league season, matching his tally from the 2021/22 Serie A campaign.

Across all competitions, not since 2016/17 has Giroud scored at least 16 goals in a single season for his clubs (16 with Arsenal); his last better performance dates to 2015/16 (24 goals, also with Arsenal).

Who is refereeing Juventus vs Milan?

Maurizio Mariani has been confirmed as the referee for Juventus vs Milan.

Juventus vs Milan: Predictions

After winning the first nine games at the Allianz Stadium against Milan in Serie A, Juventus have only collected one point in the last two home matches against the Rossoneri; not since the period between 2004 and 2006 have Juventus had a longer run without a win at home against Milan in the league (three matches at the Delle Alpi).

Juventus have lost nine games in a single Serie A season for the first time since 2010/11 (10). Additionally, they could suffer three consecutive defeats across all competitions for the first time since the period between February and March 2011 with Luigi Delneri as coach.

That being said, no team has earned more points at home than Juventus in this Serie A season: 42 points across 18 matches (joint-most, tied with Napoli); on the other hand, Milan is the 9th-ranked team in terms of points earned away from home (24 points in 18 matches) in the current campaign.

But it’s also worth noting that Milan has won only one of their last nine away matches (four draws and four losses) across all competitions (4-0 against Napoli in the league on April 2) and have lost the last two. The Rossoneri haven’t experienced three consecutive away defeats since May 2015, under Filippo Inzaghi.

Scoreline prediction: Juventus 2-2 Milan

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