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Milano v Maccabi Tel Aviv live stream: How to watch EuroLeague online

By Mohamed Moallim

Milano v Maccabi Tel Aviv live stream: How to watch EuroLeague online

Published: 9:00, 12 December 2022

Milano and Maccabi Tel Aviv meet in a EuroLeague game at Mediolanum Forum on Tuesday evening (7:30 pm, UK time).

How to live stream Milano vs Maccabi Tel Aviv online:

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  • Navigate to the ‘In-Play’ link at the top of the homepage and select your desired event.

*Geo restrictions apply, 18+ only, must have a funded account or placed a bet in the last 24 hours, BeGambleAware. All odds and offers within this article are accurate at the time of writing (07:00, 12/12/22).

Milan (3-9) will be looking to dust themselves done following an overtime defeat to Panathinaikos last time out. The visitors, who enjoyed two 15-point leads in Greece, have now suffered eight consecutive EuroLeague losses. Milan led 40-55 in the 27th minute and was still in front 65-72 with 3 minutes remaining but the Greens finished the fourth quarter with a 7-0 run and won 18-5 in overtime. “Down the stretch, our decisions of offence killed us,” Ettore Messina, Milan’s head coach said afterwards. “Unfortunately, it’s happening all the time. I think we played a very good game for 37 minutes, and then down the stretch, we threw away everything. So we keep working.”

As for Maccabi Tel Aviv (6-6), steamrolled Valencia at home, the Israeli juggernaut posted an 84-68 success improving to a .500 record. However, all six of their wins have come at home. But in that Valencia success, Maccabi further proved they boast the league’s best offensive rebounding unit. Maccabi entered the game with an average of 11.7 offensive boards per game and improved that by registering 15 against the Spaniards. “We really needed this win, especially with this crowd in our home,” Roman Sorkin, Maccabi forward noted. “We really like playing here and we have this adrenalin from the fans, but now we need to start winning away.”