After a chaotic spell in the Premier League, Tottenham turn their attention to the Champions League and AC Milan. AC Milan vs. Tottenham live stream: How to watch Champions League live online, TV channel, prediction, odds
The Lilywhites earned a monumental victory against Manchester City last week, before falling well short at Leicester on Saturday in a 4-1 loss.
AC Milan returned to winning ways with a win against Torino on Friday night, following four consecutive defeats during a seven game winless run in all competitions.
Champions League’s round of 16. The Rossoneri come into this game with three wins, two defeats and one draw under their belts in the group stage, but the form has not been overly superb lately, getting their first victory last time out against Torino to end a seven-match winless streak. Meanwhile, Tottenham are coming off a surprising 4-1 loss at Leicester City in the Premier League. Here’s what you need to know:
How to watch and odds
- Date: Tuesday, Feb. 14 | Time: 3 p.m. ET
- Location: San Siro — Milan, Italy
- TV and live stream: Paramount+
- Odds: AC Milan +145; Draw +220; Tottenham +195 (via Caesars Sportsbook)
When is Tottenham vs AC Milan?
The ICC clash will take place on Wednesday, February 14.
It will kick-off at 1:35am UK time.
U.S. Bank Stadium will host the showdown.
What TV channel is it on and can I live stream it?
The match is available live only to subscribers of Premier Sports – which can be found online and on TV.
Premier Sports is available for SkySports customers and Virgin at an additional cost.
The channel costs £9.99 a month for new customers (HD version is only available on Sky but you need a Sky HD box)
It is on Sky channel 412 in HD and 866 in SD and for Virgin it is channel 551.
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In fact, the Rossoneri have only picked up two wins since the World Cup, first against Salernitana way back on January 4th, their first game back after the break and then against Torino on Friday. In the interim the drew against AS Roma and Lecce and lost against Lazio, Sassuolo and Inter Milan.
Stefano Pioli’s boys also lost against Torino in the Coppa Italia’s round of 16 and against Inter Milan the Supercoppa Italiana’s final in Riyadh. But after this nightmare stretch, it seems there might be some daylight at the end of the tunnel, ahead of their round of 16 Champions League match against Tottenham (catch all the action only on Paramount+).
The negative results are obvious for everybody to see, but recently Pioli decided to make a major change and play with a three-man center defense for the first time since he took over the team in 2019. He debuted the new look against Inter Milan in a 1-0 defeat in the Derby della Madonnina.
However, despite losing the game, the Rossoneri showed more defensive solidity compared to the previous three matches where they’d conceded a combined 12 goals. They repeated the new tactical system against Torino and won 1-0 thanks to an Olivier Giroud header. AC Milan are still far from being back in a decent form, but there are the first signals of recovery after such a difficult moment.