Verona vs AC Milan: Live stream, TV channel, kick-off time & where to watch
AC Milan are back in Serie A action after yet another Champions League defeat to Chelsea as they take on Verona on Sunday. The last time out, the Rossoneri defeated Juventus as they climbed to fifth in the league table while Verona suffered their fourth consecutive defeat.
Stefano Pioli's men are level on points with Lazio and Udinese, which means that Milan have an opportunity to enter the top four with a positive result on Sunday before facing Monza on the following weekend.
Whereas, Verona are in their own struggle in the drop zone having last gone down to a stoppage-time goal against Salernitana to go one game within facing five straight defeats in Serie A since 2018, when they eventually got relegated.
GOAL brings you details on how to watch the game on TV in the U.S., UK and India as well as how to stream live online.
Verona vs AC Milan date & kick-off time
Verona vs AC Milan
October 16, 2022
2:45pm ET / 7:45pm BST / 12:15am IST (Oct 17)
Marcantonio Bentegodi Stadium, Verona
How to watch Verona vs AC Milan on TV & live stream online
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In the United States (U.S.), it is available to stream live on Paramount+.
Viewers in the U.S. can also view the game live on ESPN+ and ESPN app.
In the UK, the clash between Verona vs AC Milan can be watched live on BT Sport 1 with live streaming available on the BT Player. BT Sport also has a £25 monthly pass you can check out here.
In India, the Sports 18 Network has the broadcast rights for Serie A games, with steaming on Voot Select.
Paramount+, ESPN app
Sports18 - 1 HD
Verona team news and squad
The hosts are set to miss Diego Coppola, Pawel Dawidowicz, Ivan Ilic and Darko Lazovic on account of injuries.
With Federico Ceccherini suspended after being sent off in Salerno last week, new Verona boss Salvatore Bocchetti is likely to look up to Juan Cabal to fill in at the back.
Thomas Henry, though with just two goals to his name so far this season, is likely to continue in attack.
Verona Possible XI: Montipo; Hien, Gunter, Cabal; Faraoni, Tameze, Veloso, Doig; Hrustic, Verdi; Henry
Montipo, Perilli, Chiesa, Berardi
Gunter, Dawidowicz, Ceccherini, Magnani, Hien, Coppola, Cabal, Doig, Faraoni, Depaoli
Temeze, Hongla, Veloso, Sulemana, Ilic, Terracciano, Lazovic, Verdi, Hrutic, Praszelik, Cortinovis, Kallon
Henry, Piccoli, Lasagna, Djuric
AC Milan team news and squad
Pioli still battles a lengthy injury list with Alexis Saelemaekers, Simon Kjaer and Davide Calabria recently joining summer signing Charles De Ketelaere and goalkeeper Mike Maignan in the treatment room. Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Alessandro Florenzi continue to be the long-term absentees.
A two-goal hero in the last meeting in Verona, Sandro Tonali, may be called back in action on Sunday but the Milan boss will primarily bank on the front pair of Rafael Leao and Olivier Giroud for goals.
AC Milan Possible XI: Tatarusanu; Kalulu, Tomori, Gabbia, Hernandez; Tonali, Bennacer; Krunic, Diaz, Leao; Giroud
Maignan, Mirante, Tatarusanu
Ballo-Toure, Calabria, Dest, Florenzi, Gabbia, Hernandez, Kalulu, Kjaer, Thiaw, Tomori
Adli, Bakayoko, Bennacer, Diaz, Krunic, Pobega, Saelemaekers, Tonali, Vranckx
De Ketelaere, Giroud, Ibrahimovic, Lazetic, Leao, Messias, Origi, Rebic