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Juventus-Milan, where to watch the match on TV: the times

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The numbers of Juventus and Milan

After the 2-0 success in the first leg, Milan could win both seasonal challenges against Juventus in Serie A for the third time in the last 50 yearsafter 2009/10 and 1990/91. Milan have kept clean sheets in their last two matches against Juventus in the league; only once in their Serie A history have the Rossoneri recorded a longer streak of consecutive clean sheets against the Bianconeri: four between 1988 and 1989. TheJuventus’ last success against Milan in the league dates back to 6 January 2021 (3-1 at the Meazza with Andrea Pirlo coach); since then, the Rossoneri have remained unbeaten in their next four ties (W2, D2); the last time AC Milan went on a longer streak of unbeaten matches against the bianconeri in the tournament was between 1990 and 1992 (five). After winning all of their first nine games at the Allianz Stadium against AC Milan in the league, the Juventus have picked up just one point in their last two home games against the Rossoneri in Serie A; it is from the period between 2004 and 2006 that the bianconeri have not recorded any more internal matches without any success against Milan in the tournament (three in that case at the Delle Alpi). There Juventus have lost nine games in a single Serie A season for the first time since 2010/11 (10 in that case). The Bianconeri could also register three consecutive defeats in all competitions for the first time since the February-March 2011 period under Luigi Delneri in charge. No team he has earned more points at home than Juventus this season Serie A: 42 in 18 matches (a record equal to Napoli); on the other hand, however, the Milan is the 9th training for away points (24 in 18 races) in the current championship. The Milan have won only one of their last nine away games (D4, L4) across all competitions (4-0 vs Napoli in the league last April 2) and lost the most recent two; the Rossoneri have not recorded three defeats in a row away from home since May 2015, with Filippo Inzaghi in charge.

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Where to see Juve-Milan on TV

The match between Juventus and Milan, valid for matchday 37 of Serie A, will be broadcast Sunday 28 May at 8.45pm live on DAZN app, available in the Sky Q App section. Sky Q subscribers (via satellite or via internet) who are also DAZN customers, will be able to access the DAZN offer also with voice control, using the “Open DAZN” command, conveniently in one place and with a single device, without having to change the remote control . The match is also visible on ZONA DAZN, available on channel 214 of the Sky remote control. To view the ZONA DAZN channel, DAZN customers must subscribe to a specific option available within the “my account” area on dazn.com. To subscribe to DAZN and activate the option to watch the ZONA DAZN channel on Sky, go to dazn.com/sky and follow the instructions for subscribing.

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