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Monza v AC Milan live stream: Watch today’s Serie A online

By Mohamed Moallim

Monza v AC Milan live stream: Watch Serie A online

Published: 7:00, 18 February 2023

Monza v AC Milan takes place on Saturday at 5pm (UK time).

Looking to watch Monza v AC Milan online? Read on for your live-streaming options.

How to live stream Monza vs AC Milan online:

Bet365* streams a selection of Serie A matches live for account holders. They also show Ligue 1, La LigaPrimeira Liga as well as the Bundesliga.

To sign up for and live stream Monza vs AC Milan, eligible readers can follow the steps below.

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Where to watch Monza vs AC Milan on TV:

  • UK: BT Sport 2
  • US: Paramount+

Heading into this latest round of Serie A fixtures Monza finds themselves sitting in 10th, 10 points behind sixth-placed Lazio in the final Europa League Conference League qualifying spot. Monza also won their last Serie A match 1-0 at Stadio Renato Dall’Ara against Bologna, stretching their unbeaten streak to eight (four wins and four draws).

Following their first three home Serie A defeats under Giovanni Stroppa, Monza are unbeaten in seven of their last eight games under Raffaele Palladino at the U-Power Stadium (three draws and four wins), drawing each of the last three. Equally impressive is the fact Monza are on the longest run without defeat in Serie A (eight: W4 D4). In addition, since Palladino became Biancorossi manager (13 September) they have picked up 28 points from 16 games (eight wins and four draws): only Napoli (45), Juventus (34) and Inter (32) have picked up more points during this period (one more than Milan, 27). On top of that, no team has scored with more different Italian players than Monza this Serie A season: eight, level with Empoli.

Among the goals is Andrea Petagna. He scored against Sampdoria and provided an assist vs Bologna in his last two league games, and could be directly involved in a goal in three Serie A matches in a row for the first time since March 2020 (for SPAL). Matteo Pessina, who grew up in the AC Milan youth setup, never played for the Rossoneri. He’s had a hand in five goals in Serie A this season (three goals and two assists); only in 2019/20 has he racked up more goal involvements in a single top-flight season (seven goals in that case for Verona).

Milan also won last time out, beating Torino to end a five-match winless streak, leaving them in fifth place on 41 points, level on points with fourth-placed Roma.

Following their 1-0 victory, Milan could keep back-to-back clean sheets in Serie A for the first time since August 2022 (against Bologna and Sassuolo). However, they’ve lost their last two away league matches without scoring and could lose three games in a row on the road for the first time since October 2017 (3), while the last time the Rossoneri failed to find the net in three consecutive away Serie A games was back in January 2005. Brahim Díaz’s only brace in the big five European leagues came in the reverse match against Monza on 22 October – those were also his last goals for Milan in Serie A. Only one of Olivier Giroud’s seven Serie A goals this season has come away from home (a penalty against Sampdoria in September), having scored each of his previous six on the road before this run.

2022/23 recent form:

Monza AC Milan
Bologna 0-1 Monza Milan 1-0 Tottenham
Monza 2-2 Sampdoria Milan 1-0 Torino
Juventus 0-2 Monza Inter 1-0 Milan
Monza 1-1 Sassuolo Milan 2-5 Sassuolo
Juventus 2-1 Monza Lazio 4-0 Milan

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