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Lecce Empoli on TV and streaming: where to watch the match

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Lecce Empoli on TV and streaming: where to watch the match

Where to watch Lecce-Empoli on TV

The match between Lecce and Empoli, valid for the 32nd matchday of Serie A, will be broadcast Saturday 13 April at 3pm live on the DAZN appavailable in the section Sky Q and Sky Glass apps. Sky Q subscribers (via satellite or internet) and Sky Glass who are also DAZN customers will also be able to access the DAZN offer with voice control, via the “Open DAZN” command, conveniently in one place and with a single device. On Sky Q and My Sky, the match can also be seen on DAZN ZONE, available on channel 214 of the Sky remote control. To see the ZONA DAZN channel, DAZN customers must adhere 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 Q or My Sky, you need to go to dazn.com/sky and follow the subscription instructions.

The numbers of Lecce and Empoli

Lecce and Empoli have drawn four matches in Serie A, including the most recent one, in the first leg, but they have never shared the stakes twice in a row in the competition. In all four Serie A matches between Lecce and Empoli at the Apulian home ground, both teams scored; 12 goals in total, an average of three per game. The Lecce has scored only two goals in the last eight matches played in Serie A, remaining without a goal six times in this part and also conceding an average of almost two goals per game in the period (15 goals conceded in eight matches). The Lecce have failed to score in each of their last three home games of Serie A; the only other team with such a long goalless home run in the competition is the Varese (with the last home match played in the competition in 1975). In the last round success against Torino (3-2), Empoli scored three goals after a series of four dry matches in Serie A; the Tuscans are looking for a second consecutive victory in the championship, which has been missing since May 2023, in that case under the technical guidance of Paolo Zanetti. L‘Empoli have lost without scoring their last two away games in a row in Serie A, as already happened between August and October 2023 in this championship; in that negative streak, the Tuscans lost three consecutive away games without scoring a single goal, conceding a total of 12 goals. Lecce (second, 25 years and 56 days) and Empoli (fifth, 26 years and 69 days) are two of the five teams with the lowest average age in this championship, considering the players fielded in this tournament (starters and substitutes); Frosinone, Bologna and Udinese are the other three teams. Two of the three teams who have scored the least in this championship will compete (Empoli 25, like Salernitana, one step higher is Lecce at 26), as well as the two worst in terms of goals scored in the central half hour (31′-60′) of the match (three goals for the Tuscans, four for the Salento).

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