UEFA Champions League 2022: AC Milan and Chelsea LIVE at Giuseppe Meazza Via ESPN 4

At Giuseppe Meazza, AC Milan vs. Chelsea clash LIVE, and ONLINE TV this Tuesday, October 11 for matchday 4 of Group E of the Champions League. The match will be played from 2:00 in the afternoon (Peruvian time) and goes through the transmission of ESPN 4, Star Plus, HBO Max, and Movistar, among other channels, as you can also watch it for free via Fútbol Libre. Check in the following lines for the best preview that only Depor can offer you.

To watch live football like this match, you have different alternatives by streaming service and TV channels that we will present below. Depor.com offers you the most complete minute-by-minute of all with goals, yellow cards, red cards, and other incidents. Also, get hooked on the transmission and narration of the Twitter profiles of Milan and Chelsea.

A tiebreaker duel, as both Milan vs Chelsea, are in the same position in the Group E standings, the product of a win, a draw, and a defeat.

Milan vs. Chelsea: schedules in the world
If you live in Colombia, Peru, or Ecuador you can follow the match from 2:00 p.m., just like in Mexico. For Venezuela and Bolivia the schedule will be at 3:00 p.m.

In the case of Argentina, Brazil, Chile, and Uruguay, the official broadcast time will be from 4:00 p.m. Finally, in Spain, the official time will be at 20:45 hours.

This match will be the second leg and the Rossoneri will have to look for the victory they did not get in English territory. Chelsea beat Milan at home by three goals in total, scored by Fofana, Aubameyag and James.

Milan vs. Chelsea: TV channels
Milan’s clash against Chelsea can be seen by more than one Spanish-speaking media. In the case of Latin America, the official signal will be ESPN and via Streaming by Star Plus. On the other hand, for Mexico it will be with HBO Max, as well as Brazil.

The Italian Stefano Pioli, coach of Milan, said on Monday that his team, which lost 3-0 to Chelsea last Wednesday in the Champions League, will have to prove on Tuesday at the Giuseppe Meazza (San Siro), again against the English team, that “the London game was an exception”.

At San Siro, we will have to show that the London match was an exception and that our level is different. Without a doubt and without worries, we will need a high-level match from all points of view,” he said at the pre-match press conference.

Milan vs. Chelsea: Likely line-ups
AC Milan: Ciprian Tatarusanu; Pierre Kalulu, Matteo Gabbia, Fikayo Tomori, Theo Hernández; Ismael Bennacer, Sandro Tonali; Junior Messias, Brahim Diaz, Rafael Leao; Olivier Giroud.

Chelsea: Kepa Arrizabalaga; Trevoh Chalobah, Thiago Silva, Kalidou Koulibaly; Reece James, Ruben Loftus-Cheek, Mateo Kovačić, Ben Chilwell; Raheem Sterling, Mason Mount, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.

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