AC Milan vs. Juventus: Date, Time, Live Stream, TV Info and Preview

Rob Blanchette@@_Rob_BFeatured ColumnistMarch 2, 2014

Juventus defender Giorgio Chiellini, back to camera,  celebrates with teammates after scoring  during a Serie A soccer match between Juventus and Inter Milan at the Juventus stadium, in Turin, Italy, Sunday, Feb. 2, 2014. (AP Photo/Massimo Pinca)
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The two traditional giants of the north face off against each other on Sunday evening, as AC Milan host Juventus in Serie A. 

Juve are the runaway leaders in Italian football, which places them in stark contrast to their illustrious opponents. 

Both teams will be missing key players as Sulley Muntari and Arturo Vidal both miss out due to suspension, per

The two clubs will be defending notable records: Milan have had a disastrous season but will be looking to remain undefeated at the San Siro for the seventh consecutive match, while Juventus have won 15 out of 17 games and will hope this form continues (per

Here are the times and information you need to watch the match:


When: Sunday, March 2, at 7:45 p.m. GMT/ 2:45 p.m. ET

Where: San Siro, Milan, Italy

TV Info: Live on BT Sport 1/BT Sport 1 HD

Live Stream: BT Online


Key Storylines

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It has been one of Milan's most forgettable seasons this year as the seven-time European Cup winners sit in mid-table in ninth spot, per BBC Sport.

They have had little fire or drive this season, with their poor goal difference of plus-four being a badge of dishonour. 

Key striker Mario Balotelli may well still miss the match as he has been suffering with a shoulder injury, per

On the other hand, Juve have been sensational this season, destroying all who cross their path. 

The fact that they have only lost once, a 4-2 defeat away at Fiorentina in October, and have scored 60 goals in the league alone, per Squawka, proves they are currently the best team in Italy.

The championship title is very much theirs to lose. 


Carlos Tevez to dominate?

There is very little for which you can criticise Carlos Tevez. He stayed at West Ham and kept them up on his own. He then went to Manchester United and won the Premier League and Champions League with them.

After that success, he crossed the city to join the blue half where he promptly won the FA Cup and Championship title. Now he sits in Turin, on his way to yet another medal as he leads Juve to the promised land.

Tevez is a sensation, and his consistency of winning trophies is phenomenal. His 29 appearances this season have yielded 14 goals and seven assists, per

Tevez scored yet another fantastic goal in Juve's last match, as tweeted by Live Football:

His combination with Fernando Llorente has become a dangerous one as the pair score freely and drive Juve aggressively forward.

And with the likes of Vidal and Paul Pogba behind the strikers, the Old Lady of Italian football are once again one of the best sides in the world.

If Tevez is on form, he will take the San Siro by storm. With Milan in their current predicament, they will find it incredibly hard to hold the busy Argentina international back. He is at the height of his powers, and Milan may well feel the full force of his talent.