Milan vs. Sassuolo LIVE: what time and how to watch Serie A

Milan vs. Sassuolo LIVE: what time and how to watch Serie A

Milan vs. Sassuolo LIVE ESPN: This Tuesday at 11:30 a.m. m. (Peruvian time) for Serie A in Italy. Follow the incidents minute by minute.

Milan vs. Sassuolo LIVE: what time and how to watch Serie A

Milan faces Sassuolo for Serie A in Italy. (Photo: AC Milan)

Milan vs. Sassuolo LIVE ESPN: They will meet this Tuesday, August 30 from 11:30 a.m. m. (Peruvian time) for the fourth day of the Serie Afrom Italy. The match will also be broadcast on Directv GO, Star+ and Movistar+; while you will be able to follow all the incidents, with videos of the goals, minute by minute.

The actions will take place in the Mapei Stadium – Città del Tricolore in Reggio Emilia and referee Giovanni Ayroldi will be in charge of dispensing justice. Currently, the 'Rossoneri' are in second place, adding seven points; while the 'Neroverdi' are located in box 13, with four units.

On which channel to watch the match Milan vs. Sassuolo?

Argentina: ESPN Argentina, Star+

Bolivia: Star+, ESPN 4 Sur

Brazil : Star+, ESPN4, NOW NET and Claro

Chile: ESPN Chile, Star+

Colombia: Star+, ESPN 4 Sur

Ecuador: Star+, ESPN 4 Sur

International : Bet365

Mexico: Star+

Paraguay: Star+, ESPN 4 Sur

Peru: Star+, ESPN 4 Sur

Spain: Movistar Champions League, Movistar+

United States: Paramount+< /p>

Uruguay: ESPN 4 Sur, Star+

Venezuela: ESPN 4 Sur, Star+

What time to watch Milan vs. Sassuolo?

United States – 9:30 a.m. m. Los Angeles time

Mexico – 10:30 a.m. m.

United States – 11:30 a.m. m. Texas time

Peru – 11.30 a.m. m.

Ecuador – 11.30 a.m. m.

Colombia – 11.30 a.m. m.

United States – 12:30 a.m. m. Miami time

Bolivia – 12:30 p.m. m.

Venezuela – 12.30 p.m. m.

Chile – 12.30 p.m. m.

Uruguay – 1.30 p.m. m.

Paraguay – 1.30 p.m. m.

Argentina – 1.30 p.m. m.

Brazil – 1.30 p.m. m.

England – 5.30pm m.

Spain – 6.30 p.m. m.

Italy – 6.30 p.m. m.

AC Milan has had a positive start to the season, in search of a two-time championship, after ending the 11-year drought without the crown. Coach Stefano Pioli has known how to get the best football version of his coaches and aspires to important things.

On the previous date, the squad won by 2-0 to Bologna, at home, with goals from Rafael Leao and Olivier Giroud. Both attackers scored for the first time in the campaign, confirming that they can complement each other perfectly on the pitch.

Similarly, Ismael Bennacer and Sandro Tonali are performing well in midfield, making the absence of Franck Kessié go unnoticed. At center back, Pierre Kalulu and Fikayo Tomori look increasingly solid, to the delight of the fans.

For his part, Sassuolo had an uneven start: he fell on a visit to Juventus (3-0), defeated Lecce at home (1-0) and equalized with Spezia, away from home. The mission of the 'Neroverdi' is to consolidate in the company of their fans, to avoid complications at the bottom of the table.

Coach Alessio Dionisi understands that detail perfectly and will not save anything for this match. Domenico Berardi and Andrea Pinamonti will be the leaders of the offense, while Davide Frattesi and Matheus Henrique will organize the game, for marking and creation, in the middle of the court.

Milan vs. Sassuolo: match history

Since November 2017, the Milan vs. Sassuolo occurred 10 times, leaving a favorable balance for the 'Rossoneri': they won six times and only lost twice.

22- 05-2022: Sassuolo 0-3 AC Milan – Serie A

28-11-2021: AC Milan 1-3 Sassuolo – Serie A< /p>

04-21-2021: AC Milan 1-2 Sassuolo – Serie A

12-20-2020: Sassuolo 1-2 AC Milan – Serie A

07-21-2020: Sassuolo 1-2 AC Milan – Serie A

12-15-2019: AC Milan 0-0 Sassuolo – Serie A

03-02-2019: AC Milan 1-0 Sassuolo – Serie A

09-30-2018: Sassuolo 1-4 AC Milan – Serie A

04-08-2018: AC Milan 1-1 Sassuolo – Serie A

11-05-2017: Sassuolo 0-2 AC Milan – Serie A

Milan vs. Sassuolo: possible lineups

Milan: Mike Maignan; Alessandro Florenzi, Pierre Kalulu, Fikayo Tomori, Theo Hernandez; Tommaso Pobega, Ismaël Bennacer; Alexis Saelemaekers, Charles De Ketelaere, Rafael Leao, and Olivier Giroud.

Sassuolo: Andrea Consigli; Jeremy Toljan, Martin Erlic, Gian Marco Ferrari, Rogerio; Davide Frattesi, Maxime Lopez, Matheus Henrique; Domenico Berardi, Andre Pinamonti and Giorgios Kyriakopoulos.