How to watch Atletico Madrid vs Milan on TV / livestream


Both Atletico Madrid and Milan have endured frustrating times in the Champions League this season and Wednesday night’s meeting between the pair is a must for both teams.

Rossoneri has shown naivety at times and is currently bottom of Group B with just one point. Anything less than a victory would cause them to crash out of the group stage, and even if they win, it may not be enough.

At the same time, Atleti is third on four points. A victory would probably make them move over FC Porto in second place, as they have a tough match against Liverpool to wrestle with on match day five.

The last time the pair met, Atletico left it very late to secure the point with a penalty in the 97th minute from Luis Suarez who secured their victory.

Here is everything you need to know before the match …

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22 November 2021

When is kick off? Wednesday 24 November, 20:00 (GMT)Where is the match played? Wanda MetropolitanoTV channel / livestream? BT Sport (UK), Paramount + / fuboTV (USA), DAZN (Canada)Highlights? BT Sport YouTube channelJudge? Slavko VinčićWHERE? Pol van Boekel

Griezmann is back / Gonzalo Arroyo Moreno / GettyImages

Atletico have experienced some discipline problems in Europe this season with Antoine Griezmann and Felipe seen red in their last two matches. The latter remains out but Griezmann is back in the fold after having the second match of his suspension revoked.

Kieran Tripper and Joao Felix are both doubtful due to injury.

Tomori is Out / Nicolò Campo / GettyImages

Milan remain without number one stopper Mike Maignan due to injury. Although this is a battle, Ciprian Tatarusanu is a capable deputy.

Stefano Pioli also misses Fikayo Tomori, Ante Rebic, Davide Calabria and Samu Castillejo, although Rafael Leao – who came off during his team’s last match against Fiorentina – is expected to do well.

Atletico Madrid (4-4-2): Oblak; Savic, Gimenez, Hermoso; Llorente, De Paul, Koke, Lemar, Carrasco; Griezmann, Suarez

Milan (4-2-3-1): Tatarusanu; Kalulu, Kjaer, Romagnoli, Hernandez; Kessie, Bennacer; Saelemaekers, Diaz, Leao; Giroud

Both of these sides have been strong domestically this season but have lacked that killer instinct in the Champions League.

Only one win will make for each of these teams, but do not expect a free-flowing game. Both managers like to oppose, but it is unlikely that they will have much room to do so.

In the end, we believe that Atletico’s superior experience in this competition should shine through – but do not expect it to be beautiful.

Prediction: Atletico 1-0 Milan

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