Milan vs Atalanta live: how to watch Serie A schedule and TV

I followed live all the incidents of the match between Milan vs. Atalanta corresponding to the date 24 of Serie A of Italy. The live match will be televised on Star+ and can be seen from 4:45 p.m. at the San Siro stadium in Milan on Sunday, February 26.

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Milan vs. Milan Atalanta live, by Italian Serie A:

In which stadium Milan vs. Atalanta will play
Milan vs. Milan Atalanta will play the match at the San Siro stadium, where Milan will play at home.

The referee for Milan vs. Atalanta
For the match between Milan vs. Atalanta, the referee will be Maurizio Mariani

Time, Milan vs. Atalanta TV
Time: 16:45.

TV: Star+

Key Stats

  • AC Milan is unbeaten in their last four Serie A games against Atalanta (W3 D1).
  • Atalanta, meanwhile, has seen under 2.5 goals scored in four of their last five matches.
  • Atalanta boasts one of the best away records in Serie A. La Dea has collected 24 of their 41 points on the road, only Napoli has a better record away from home this season.
  • La Dea has failed to score in three of their last four games after netting 20 times in five games prior to that.

Player to Watch

Rasmus Hojlund

Gian Piero Gasperini has a long-standing reputation for getting every ounce of talent out of the players at his disposal, particularly the strikers. Papu Gomez, Josip Ilicic, Luis Muriel, Duvan Zapata, and others reached all dizzying heights under the former Inter Milan coach’s tutelage. Young gem Rasmus Hojlund appears to be next in line.

The 20-year-old has scored six goals in 19 Serie A appearances for Atalanta this season, in his first full campaign since joining from Austrian giants Sturm Graz. It is an incredible return on the £15 million Atalanta paid for him this past summer. And they are guaranteed to make a big profit whenever they sell him, with the likes of Real Madrid and Arsenal already circling around him.

However, that is a talk for another time. Holland will once again be chomping at the bit to get on the scoresheet, this time against a big shark in AC Milan as he looks to continue his progress, and make a name for himself in the striker market.


AC Milan 1-1 Atalanta

These two Lombardy foes have served up some entertaining clashes in recent years, with both teams scoring goals for fun, leaving themselves defensively exposed. And while Atalanta has shown signs of the classic Gasperini free-flowing football, AC Milan has tended to adopt a defense-first policy since the 5-2 smashing at the hands of Sassuolo.

Reverting to the basics in recent weeks has seen Milan emerge from a torrid run to win three games on the bounce in all competitions.

However, each of Milan’s last four games has finished with a narrow 1-0 scoreline. Considering the consequences of this clash between two top-four contenders, this game could be an equally cagey affair with fine margins. Expect La Dea to grab a late goal on the counter-attack to steal a point under the reigning champions’ nose at San Siro.

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