Roma vs. AC Milan live stream: Watch Serie A online
Roma face AC Milan at Stadio Olimpico on Sunday, Feb. 3. Here’s all the info you need to watch.
The race for the final Champions League spot in Serie A is an extremely tight race. Three points separate fourth place AC Milan and eighth place Lazio. On Sunday, Milan travel to the Stadio Olimpico to play Roma. The capital club are one point behind Milan as they chase a top-four spot.
Roma have played much better in Serie A lately, picking up 13 points in their last six games. However, on Wednesday, Roma were crushed in the Coppa Italia, losing 7-1 against Fiorentina. Over the past season and a half, it’s never clear which Roma will show up under Eusebio Di Francesco. Roma can be great, like the team that eliminated Barcelona and reached the Champions League semifinal last season but can also be awful, like they were on Wednesday.
Milan should have run away with fourth place in Serie A. Instead, the club has settled for eight draws, including five in the last nine games. Milan have settled for draws because of their inability to score goals consistently. The draws have helped keep so many teams alive in the Champions League race. In the winter transfer window, Milan sent Gonzalo Higuain to Chelsea and bought Krzysztof Piatek from Genoa. Higuain was never happy in Milan and failed to score at the same rate he had previously with Napoli and Juventus. Piatek was incredible in his first season in Serie A, scoring 13 goals with Genoa. In his first game with Milan, Piatek scored twice in the Coppa Italia, helping Milan eliminate Napoli to reach the semifinal.
The Serie A game between Roma and AC Milan will be broadcast live on ESPN+. Live streaming is available on ESPN+, which you can access with your cable or satellite subscriptions, either online or through the ESPN+ app.
Date: Sunday, Feb. 3
Start time: 2:30 p.m. ET
Location: Rome, Italy
Stadium: Stadio Olimpico
TV Info: ESPN+
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Milan have won two straight games against Roma, including a 2-1 win earlier this season. The two straight Milan wins snapped a four-game losing streak against Roma.