Villarreal vs Real Madrid Live stream

Villarreal vs. Real Madrid: Team News, Preview, Live Stream, TV Info

Real Madrid complete their La Liga campaign on Saturday with a trip to the Estadio de la Ceramica to take on Villarreal.

Zinedine Zidane’s side will want to avoid any injuries ahead of their UEFA Champions League final against Liverpool on May 26, while fifth-place Villarreal have already qualified for the UEFA Europa League.

Date: Saturday, May 19

Time: 7:45 p.m. BST/2:45 p.m. ET

Live Stream: beIN Sports CONNECT (U.S.), fuboTV (U.S.)

TV Info: beIN Sports HD3 (U.S.)

Team News

Villarreal are still without long-term injury victim Bruno Soriano but otherwise have a full squad available, per Transfermarkt.

Real Madrid’s injury problems are easing, as both Cristiano Ronaldo and Dani Carvajal have returned to training, the club revealed via Twitter.

Zidane has a full squad available but may be cautious with his lineup with the Champions League final on the horizon.

Gareth Bale has had a difficult season but heads towards the end of the campaign with four goals in his past four games, including two last time out against Celta Vigo.

The Wales international has 18 in all competitions for Real Madrid this term, which is a great return considering he has once again seen his season interrupted by injury.

La Liga writer Andrew Gaffney showed how his record compares to those of team-mates Isco and Marco Asensio:

Despite his fine form, he still faces a battle to make Zidane’s starting lineup against Liverpool. The Real Madrid boss has given little away about his team:

Zidane has some tough decisions to make for the final, but another strong performance from Bale against Villarreal could seal his place in the team against Liverpool.

Villarreal head into the game on the back of a 4-2 win over Deportivo La Coruna and know the lowest they can finish is sixth.

They will fancy their chances against Real Madrid, having already beaten Atletico Madrid and Valencia at home in La Liga in 2018.

Villarreal also won 1-0 at the Santiago Bernabeu the last time these two sides met, so they have little to fear.

Pablo Fornals was the match-winner in that game and has enjoyed a productive season, as La Liga demonstrated:

Chelsea vs Manchester United: TV channel

Chelsea vs Manchester United: TV channel, live stream, squad news & FA Cup final preview

Two of the Premier League’s biggest clubs lock horns as they attempt to get their hands on one of the most prestigious trophies in English football

The curtain comes down on the English season on Saturday at Wembley Stadium as Manchester United and Chelsea collide in the 2018 FA Cup final.

United are chasing a record-equalling 13th title, which would put them level with Arsenal as the most successful team in the competition’s history, while Chelsea, who last won the FA Cup in 2012, will attempt to lift the vaunted trophy for the eighth time in their history.

The Blues overcame Southampton in the semi-final to bookend their season with a trip to England’s famous ‘Home of Football’ and they will be particularly desperate to win having suffered a bitter defeat to London rivals Arsenal in the final last season.
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The Red Devils, meanwhile, saw off Tottenham in the other semi-final and it is a prime opportunity for Jose Mourinho, who last won the competition while at the helm of Chelsea in 2006, to add another piece of silverware to his collection since taking the reins at Old Trafford.

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There are lingering concerns over the fitness of Romelu Lukaku, who is in a race against time to establish his availability as he recovers from a foot injury. Anthony Martial and Marouane Fellaini are also carrying knocks.

Potential Man Utd XI: De Gea; Valencia, Smalling, Rojo, Young; Pogba, Matic, Mata, Sanchez, Lingard; Lukaku.

The significance of the FA Cup has diminished for England’s traditional ‘big clubs’ in recent years thanks to the influx of television money and the head-turning allure of contintental competition, but that won’t take the sheen off the the season’s closing showpiece between Manchester United and Chelsea on Saturday.

The Premier League campaign has concluded and both teams are assured of their places in next season’s European competitions, but the FA Cup final is the last chance for both clubs to get their hands on a piece of silverware – something that would serve as a fitting final flourish for players and fans alike.

Winning the famous competition is arguably of greater importance to the legacy of Antonio Conte, as the Italian coach looks to soften the blow of missing out on Champions League qualification. Indeed, it may even be his final act as Blues boss as speculation swirls around his future and he will be desperate to bid adieu in style.

United have already booked their place in next season’s Champions League by finishing second in the league and, while that may be an improvement on his maiden campaign, Mourinho will surely be disappointed if he finishes his second term without a single trophy.

Juventus vs Hellas Verona Live

Gianluigi Buffon leaving Juventus but putting off retirement

Juventus captain Gianluigi Buffon will play his last match for the Italian champion on Saturday and has put off retirement to consider offers to play overseas.

Buffon, who is widely regarded as one of the best goalkeepers of all time, was expected to announce his retirement at a news conference in Turin on Thursday.

Instead, while the 40-year-old Buffon says the Serie A match against Hellas Verona on Saturday will be his last for Juventus, he has received “exciting” offers which have changed his mind about hanging up his gloves.

“(On) Saturday I will play a match and that is the only thing that’s certain,” said Buffon, who teared up at the start of the conference after an emotional tribute from Juventus president Andrea Agnelli.

“Until about two weeks ago, I was certain I would stop playing. Now offers have arrived that are exciting on and off the pitch, and the most important was proposed to me by Agnelli.

“I’ll let these three days pass and then I will make a definitive decision, in complete calm, and which will be one that calls to my personality and my nature.”

Buffon made his debut with Parma in 1995, and has been at Juventus since 2001. He has ruled out moving to another Italian club or dropping down the divisions.

“I am not someone who thinks it is right to end my career in who knows what third or fourth level division,” Buffon added. “I am a competitive animal and I wouldn’t be able to live in that situation. I wouldn’t feel at ease.”

Buffon has been linked with a move to Liverpool, which could offer the former Italy captain the chance to win the Champions League — one of the few trophies missing from his glittering collection, which includes the 2006 World Cup. He’s appeared in three Champions League finals and lost them all.

“I said that I received very interesting offers,” said Buffon, when asked directly about a move to the English Premier League. “Next week, once everything has calmed down a little bit, I will decide what will be best for me.

“If I decide to continue it will be to fight for big things, because that’s what I live for.”

Buffon helped Juventus win a record-extending seventh straight Serie A on Sunday, four days after he led the Bianconeri to a fourth straight Italian Cup trophy.

It was the ninth Serie A title he won with Juventus. Two others were stripped from the club due to the Calciopoli scandal. Also as punishment, Juventus was relegated to Serie B but Buffon stayed and helped it win the second division and bounce straight back up.

Among his records for club and country is the longest time in Serie A without conceding a goal when he was unbeaten for 974 consecutive minutes in the 2015-16 season.

On Saturday, Buffon will make his 656th appearance for Juventus.

The captain’s armband, which Buffon has worn since Alessandro Del Piero’s departure in 2012, will be handed to another veteran, defender Giorgio Chiellini. Wojciech Szczesny will become Juve’s first-choice goalkeeper from next season.

Buffon was also Italy captain until he retired from the national team in November when the Azzurri lost a World Cup playoff to Sweden.

He recently returned for friendlies and was expected to bid the national team goodbye for good in another friendly on June 4 against the Netherlands at Allianz Stadium after 176 appearances for Italy.

However, he insisted he has played his last match for his country and doesn’t need a special swansong.

“I don’t need other shows of affection,” Buffon added. “Italy already has great, young goalkeepers and its right they should get their own experience.”

Chelsea vs Manchester United live Stream

Watch FA Cup Final Chelsea Vs. Manchester United Live Stream: England’s ‘Other’ Big Event, Start Time, Preview

Not everyone will be tuned in to the Royal Wedding on Saturday, because that’s also the day of the biggest single event in English domestic football — the FA Cup Final.

The Royal Wedding won’t be the only big event in England on Saturday, which is also the day of the biggest single event in domestic soccer there — the FA Cup Final, which this year pits Premier League giants Chelsea against Manchester United in the latest edition of the prestigious tournament that was first contested in 1872. And like the Royal Wedding, the 2018 FA Cup Final will be available to watch via online live stream once the game kicks off from Wembley Stadium.

The match will also mark the 180th meeting between the two venerable English clubs, who first squared off in 1905. Manchester United has the best of the 113-year rivalry, winning 77 of the matchups, while Chelsea has 53 wins with 49 games drawn.

Chelsea, 2017’s Premier League title-winners, will be making their second consecutive FA Cup Final appearance, after falling to Arsenal 2-1 in last year’s championship match. Chelsea will be making their 12th FA Cup Final appearance overall, with seven wins. For

Manchester United, Saturday’s Final will be the 20th in the team’s history. A win will tie United with Arsenal for the all-time lead with 13 FA Cups. Manchester United last won the cup in 2015, with a defeat of Crystal Palace.

To find out how to watch a live stream of the 2018 FA Cup Final as Chelsea takes on Manchester United, see the streaming information at the bottom of this article. Kickoff
is scheduled for 5 p.m. British Summer Time at 90,000-seat Wembley Stadium in London, England, on Saturday, May 19. In the United States, that start time will be noon Eastern Daylight Time, 9 a.m. Pacific.

Chelsea Manager Antonio Conte may be managing for his job in the FA Cup Final — despite the fact that he led the team to the Premier League title just last year, which also happened to be his first season at Stamford Bridge after two seasons at the helm of the national team in his native Italy.

But the Blues hobbled to a disappointing fifth-place finish in the 2017-2018 campaign, finishing five points out of a UEFA Champions League place.

“Sometimes you can win but the club decides to sack you anyway because they have a reason to,” Conte said on Friday.

Atletico Madrid vs Marseille Live Stream

Atletico Madrid vs. Marseille final preview, live stream info, TV channel: How to watch Europa League on TV, stream online

The Europa League final is almost here. In Lyon, France, French club Marseille takes on Atletico Madrid. Atleti got by Arsenal in the semifinals but Marseille was taken to extra time by Red Bull Salzburg, scoring in the extra session to move on.

Here’s how you can watch the match, what’s on the line and our prediction:
How to watch

When: Wednesday at 2:45 p.m. ET
TV: FS1
Stream: fuboTV (try for free)
Follow: CBS Sports App
What’s at stake?

A major trophy, but for Marseille even more. They have two ways to qualify for next season’s Champions League — by winning this tournament or by finishing third in France, where they are currently fourth and a point behind. Atletico Madrid is already qualified for next season’s Champions League. There’s a lot on the line in this one, more so for the French side, but both teams will be determined to potentially lift their only trophy of the season.
Prediction

Atletico Madrid’s defense is just out of this world, and it’s challenging to see how Marseille can win this even with Dimitri Payet and Florian Thauvin in fine form. But the proud French club is playing in its home country, so it should have plenty of support. But Atletico, in the end, is too sharp to lose. Atletico 2, Marseille 0.

Atletico Madrid vs Marseille Live Stream

How to watch the Europa League final: live stream free Marseille vs Atlético Madrid from anywhere

We’re only a couple of hours away from kick-off! It’s taken eleven months and more than 200 games to whittle down the last two, but tonight is finally the night where Marseille and two-time winners Atlético Madrid do battle in the Europa League final. And you can get a free Europa League live stream very easily (and legally) wherever in the world you are.

It has been a competition high in both quality and drama and the final is looking like a classic case of the irresistible force coming up against the immovable object. Free-scoring Marseille – lining up with the attacking talents of Dimitri Payet and Florian Thauvin – have been involved in 5+ goal ties in each of the last three knockout rounds. While Diego Simeone’s Atlético are more famous for their miserly defence, despite boasting the likes of Antoine Griezmann and Diego Costa upfront.

It hasn’t ended in the big Arsène Wenger redemption story hoped for by Gooners and other football fans alike, but in Marseille vs Atlético Madrid the final should still be a very compelling encounter.

But if you’ve landed on this page, you probably know the preamble. You just want to know where you can watch the UEFA Europa League final live stream for free. Well it comes down to just one word if you’re in the UK…YouTube. And even if your somewhere else in the world, we’ve got a trick up our sleeve to get you that free Europa League final live stream wherever you live.

Despite BT Sport having the rights to show every stage of the Europa League exclusively in the UK, last year it broadcast the final live and for free on the BT Sport YouTube channel. This Wednesday’s Marseille vs Atlético Madrid final will be exactly the same. Fantastic news if you wanted to catch the action but don’t want a full-blown BT Sport subscription. BT has also confirmed that this will be the case for the Champions League final on Saturday May 26.

If you’re already a BT Sport subscriber, the coverage starts on BT Sport 2 at 7pm BST. That goes too on the BT Sport app that’s available on tablets and mobiles, so you can watch on the go. And BT Sport is also showing it gloriously on its BT Sport 4K UHD channel.
How to live stream Marseille vs Atlético Madrid anywhere else in the world for free

BT has confirmed that the YouTube live stream will only be available within the UK.

But fear not if you’re outside of the Btish Isles as there’s still a way to watch for free. Simply download and install a VPN to change your IP address to one in the UK and then head on over to YouTube. Here’s how to stream the Europa League final from anywhere in the world with a VPN:

1. Download and install a VPN
If you don’t have easy access to watch the Europa League final online in your country, the best way to watch it for free is to download and install a VPN. We’ve tested all of the major VPN services and we rate ExpressVPN as the absolute best. It’s compatible with all of your devices, supports most streaming services and ranks amongst the fastest. You can even install it on devices like an Amazon Fire TV Stick, Apple TV, Xbox and PlayStation. So for a one-stop shop, you can’t go wrong with Express – but there are more fantastic VPN options out there as well:

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2. Connect to the appropriate server location
Simply open the VPN app, hit ‘choose location’ and select the appropriate location – it’s super easy to do. Choose UK to stream Marseille vs Atlético Madrid on YouTube (use the links below).

3. Go to YouTube
The service is free and the best legal way to stream all of the action at this year’s Europa League final live.
Where can I watch the Europa League final using a VPN?

A VPN will enable you to watch Marseille vs Atlético Madrid from literally anywhere. So that obviously includes: France, Spain, the United States, Australia, Japan, Italy, Poland, Germany, Mexico, New Zealand, Czech Republic, Ireland, Austria, Thailand, Canada, Australia, Denmark, China, South Africa, Argentina, Singapore, Turkey and more!

Juventus vs. Roma Live Stream

Juventus vs. Roma match preview: Time, TV schedule, and how to watch the Serie A

Throughout the final months of the season there are times where doing Serie A table-related math is inevitable. This many points is required to X, that many points is required to achieve Y. It’s something that happens every year, but especially this one where, for most of the season, Juve’s had Napoli pushing them for a good amount of the season.

Here’s your simple math:

Juventus needs all of one point to officially secure Scudetto No. 36 since their lead would be, at the worst, four points with one game to go.
If Juventus loses, then they need Napoli to lose so that the lead is still at six points.

And there is your Juventus-Roma match preview!

Thank you and have a good night everybody! (And Go Warriors.)

OK, so 125 words is probably a little more than what you all want on Juventus’ penultimate game of the 2017-18 season. With the season almost, I guess I owe it to you guys since my previewing abilities have been somewhat inconsistent. (Adulting is hard sometimes, y’all — especially when you move and start a new job.)

Juventus-Roma.

A game those who live in Naples all hoped would be another massive turn in the Scudetto race. Of course, there’s always the teeny tiny

But here’s the thing.

Juventus needs a point to secure the Scudetto.

Roma entered the weekend needing a point against Juventus or an Inter loss to Sassuolo on Saturday to secure third place and a Champions League spot. That second part has already happening, meaning, in theory, there’s not a whole lot other than pride riding on Sunday’s game at the Olimpico. (Gotta be able to fall behind by multiple goals and try to pull out more insane comeback attempts.)

Biscotto, anyone?

I’m not sayin’, I’m just sayin’.

We can talk about the quality of Juventus’ games lately and break things down to a level where we’re quite possibly driving each other mad. That’s something that could very well be done. But knowing that there’s two games left this season and Juventus needs just one point to make it a history-making seven straight league titles, the feeling from Max Allegri at his pre-match press conference was that he doesn’t want to see his team mess around against Roma.

I’m cool with that.

We all should be, really.

I don’t think anybody wants to not see the final game of the season turn into an absolute party next weekend as Allianz Stadium (likely) says goodbye to Gigi Buffon. It’s just too fitting of a conclusion — win this weekend, party next weekend and then lift a trophy as confetti shoots out of cannons and surrounds Buffon.

One more point, one single and solitary point, and Juventus can do something that sounds absolutely delicious on paper — celebrating two different trophies being won and do them by defeating two of their biggest rivals at the same freakin’ stadium.

That makes me feel damn good.
(Go Warriors.)
GOOD NEWS

One point. That’s it. That’s the list.
BAD NEWS

It’s the second-to-last weekend of the season.

No matter how frustrating as Juve’s overall product has been this season, knowing that we’re about to be without this stupid, stupid team for 2 1⁄2 months is something I’m not looking forward to.
WHAT TO WATCH FOR

1) Can the Juventus from Wednesday show itself at the Olimpico again?

The starting lineup seems like it’s pretty easy to figure out.

We’re not looking up and down the roster anymore and seeing injury after injury after injury. Outside of Giorgio Chiellini, pretty much everybody is available for selection. That means Allegri doesn’t have to stress about playing a left back as a left winger or a central defender at right back or anything whacky like we’ve seen take place over the course of the season.

The starting lineup is the easy part.

Seeing how Juventus plays is what we all should be more interested in.

We didn’t just see Juventus play well earlier in the week against Milan. No, we saw them take the lead, extend the lead, and put the opposition away all within a 10-minute span. Obviously there was a little help along the way from the Gigi that everybody expects to replace our beloved Gigi on the national team level, but there was no sitting back after a 1-0 lead was established.

Roma will be fired up no matter what happened the day before because it’s Juventus and they want no piece of any kind of throttling like Milan got at the Olimpico a few days earlier.

Why say all of this when we already know what’s at stake and what’s on the horizon? Well, it’s actually quite simple: Juventus takes care of business on Sunday in Rome, then next Sunday at Allianz Stadium is going to look a lot like the picture below. The only difference will be San Gigi lifting a different trophy. You know, the same one Juve’s won the past six seasons.

MY STARTING LINEUP

Juventus XI (4-3-2-1): Wojciech Szczesny; Stephan Lichtsteiner, Daniele Rugani, Medhi Benatia, Alex Sandro; Sami Khedira, Miralem Pjanic, Claudio Marchisio; Paulo Dybala, Douglas Costa; Gonzalo Higuain
MATCH INFO

When: Sunday, May 13, 2018

Where: Stadio Olimpico, Rome, Italy

Kickoff time: 8:45 p.m. local time in the Italian capital; 7:45 p.m. in the United Kingdom; 2:45 p.m. on the East Coast; 11:45 a.m. on the West Coast
HOW TO WATCH

Television: beIN SPORTS USA, Rai Italia America (United States); beIN Sports Canada, Rai Italia America (Canada); BT Sport 1 (United Kingdom); Sky Sport 1 HD Italia, Roma TV, PremiumSport HD, Sky Calcio 1 (Italy)

Online/Mobile: beIN SPORTS CONNECT (United States); beIN SPORTS CONNECT Canada, DAZN (Canada); BT Sport Live (United Kingdom); SKY Go Italia, Premium Play (Italy)

Other live viewing options can be found here, and as always, you can also follow along with us live and all the stupid things we say on Twitter. If you haven’t already, join the community on Black & White & Read All Over, and join in the discussion below.

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Levante vs Barcelona Live Stream

Levante vs. Barcelona: Team News, Preview, Live Stream, TV Info

Barcelona are just two matches away from completing an unbeaten season in La Liga, and the next opponents standing in their way are Levante.

The Blaugrana face them at the Estadi Ciutat de Valencia before taking on Real Sociedad at the Camp Nou in their final match, and they’ll be desperate not to slip up now.

Here are the viewing details for the match, and read on for a more in-depth preview:

Date: Sunday, May 13

Time: 7:45 p.m. BST/2:45 p.m. ET

TV: Sky Sports (UK)

Live Stream: Sky Go (UK), beIN Sports Connect (USA)

Team News

Sergi Roberto will be banned for Barcelona following his red card against Real Madrid earlier in the month.

Per Goal’s Ben Hayward, Barca’s only injury concern prior to their 5-1 win over Villarreal was long-term absentee Sergi Samper.

The Catalan giants appeared to come through the match unscathed, so they could have a full complement to call on against Levante aside from Samper.

As for the hosts, according to Transfermarkt, Ivan Lopez Raul Fernandez, Tono and Cheick Doukoure have all been sidelined for some time and will likely to continue to miss out as a result.

Preview

After coming through the biggest test of their unbeaten run in their 2-2 draw with Real Madrid, Barcelona followed that up with an impressive 5-1 thrashing of Villarreal.

Lionel Messi grabbed his 34th goal from 35 La Liga games with a cushioned volley from Andres Iniesta’s superb ball over the top. We’re used to seeing Messi rack up sensational numbers each season, but as Grup 14’s Rafael Hernandez noted, his accomplishments are even more impressive this year:

Indeed, the Argentinian is both Barcelona’s chief playmaker and top goal-getter, and he’ll have the biggest impact on their ability to see out the campaign unbeaten.

His team-mates have a significant role to play too, though, and it was encouraging to see Ousmane Dembele bag a late brace, which included an excellent solo run and lob over the ‘keeper.

It has been a difficult first year at the Camp Nou for the 20-year-old having been hampered by injuries, but it will bode well for next season if he can finish this campaign strongly by helping them see out the final matches.

Levante may be 16th in the table, but they’re one of the in-form teams in La Liga right now having won seven of their last nine matches.

The surge in form has catapulted them to safety in recent months, and it will make them a difficult prospect on Sunday.

Barca only need a draw to keep their record intact, but they need Messi, Dembele and their team-mates to maintain their high level if they’re to do so.

Sevilla vs. Real Madrid Live

Sevilla vs Real Madrid 2018 live stream: Time, TV channels and how to watch La Liga online

Real Madrid visit Sevilla —21:30 CET— and they’ll do so without most of their starters. Cristiano Ronaldo, Varane, Keylor Navas, Marcelo, Carvajal, Modric, Kroos, Isco and Bale will all miss this game and young players like Ceballos, Llorente, Vallejo or Theo will have a chance to play.

It’s quite clear that coach Zinedine Zidane is thinking about the upcoming match against Liverpool, and rightfully so. There are less than three weeks before that match and every game in La Liga is now meaningless for Los Blancos, who could still move ahead Atletico de Madrid for the second spot in the table although that would not make a difference.

That’s precisely why Zidane will surely keep his starters fresh for the match against Liverpool. Madrid have played two very intense matches in less than a week and now the stars need rest and time to recover from the small injuries they’ve picked up recently.
HOW TO WATCH, STREAM LA LIGA

Date: 05/09/2018

Time: 21:30 CET, 03:30pm EST, 12:30pm Pacific.

Venue: Sanchez Pizjuan, Sevilla, Spain.

Available TV: BeIN Sports (USA), Movistar Partidazo (Spain).

Available Streaming: BeIN Sports (USA),Fubo.TV (EVERY Real Madrid game with a high-quality and legal stream, click here to sign up and benefit from a spring discount for new members and Managing Madrid readers).
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Juventus vs AC Milan Live

Juventus vs AC Milan Coppa Italia Final Live Stream and TV Channel Info, Match Preview, Team News and Kick-Off Time

Juventus are on the verge of winning their seventh straight Serie A title. On Wednesday, the Turin club will try and win their fourth consecutive Coppa Italia. Juventus face AC Milan at Rome’s Stadio Olimpico. Milan are looking to capture their first Coppa Italia since 2002-03.

Juventus cruised to the Coppa Italia final. Massimiliano Allegri’s side defeated Geona, Torino and Atalanta all 2-0 to advance to the final. Domestically, the Black and Whites have lost once since the start of 2018 and dropped only five points. Although they have not been as sharp in recent weeks, no Serie A has allowed fewer goals than Juventus. Going forward, Paulo Dybala and Gonzalo Higuain have been one of the best partnerships in Italy. The Argentine duo has combined for 38 goals and 12 assists this season.

AC Milan’s path to the final required extra time and penalties. After easily beating Verona in the round of 16, Milan required extra time to beat Inter Milan 1-0. In the semifinal, the Red and Blacks needed penalties to eliminate Lazio. Gennaro Gattuso’s side have won two straight after failing to win in their previous five games. Milan failed to beat Juventus in either game this season, losing 2-0 and 3-1. Gattuso’s side will have to be sharp defensive if they want to win Wednesday. Milan captain and former Juventus player Leonardo Bonucci needs to play well if he is going to get a win against his former club.

The Coppa Italia final between Juventus and AC Milan will be broadcast live on beIN Sports. Live streaming is available on beIN Sports Connect, which you can access with your cable or satellite subscriptions, either online or through the beIN Sports Connect app.

Date: Wednesday, May 9
Start time: 3:00 p.m. ET
Location: Rome, Italy
Stadium: Stadio Olimpico
TV Info: beIN Sports
Live Stream: beIN Sports | Fubo.TV. Sign up for a free seven-day trial here.

Juventus and AC Milan also met in the 2016 Coppa Italia final. Alvaro Morata scored the winning goal in the 110th minute.