How to watch Genoa vs AC Milan live on January 21, 2019

Current form: Genoa vs Milan

After failing to clinch the Supercoppa Italiana  - which likely presented their only chance of silverware this season - AC Milan now turn their attention back to the league as they travel to face Genoa. They will do so without Gonzalo Higuain, who is on his way to Chelsea, but will be taking on a side who have failed to win all but one 13 league games and will be missing key striker Krzysztof Piatek due to suspension.

Piatek, interestingly, has been linked with a move to Milan to replace the outgoing Higuain, and given that he has netted over half of Genoa's 23 goals so far this season, his presence will be surely missed at the Stadio Luigi Ferraris if his move to Italy's fashion capital comes to fruition.

His arrival, though, could certainly do the Diavolo a world of good. Milan themselves have not been in the best form, with just one win in their last five Serie A games and have been struggling lately in front of goal. Currently in seventh spot, they will be desperate to pick up a win here to again relaunch their hopes of securing a top four spot after crashing out early in the Europa League. But will they be able to take advantage of Genoa's less than impressive form, or will they slip-up yet again in their travels?

Current position: Genoa vs Milan

Here's how the two sides compare ahead of Monday's clash at the Stadio Luigi Ferraris:

1 Juventus 19 +27 53
2 Napoli 20 +21 47
3 Internazionale 20 +17 40
4 Roma 20 +11 33
5 Lazio 20 +6 32
6 Atalanta 20 +17 31
7 Milan 19 +6 31
8 Sampdoria 20 +9 30
9 Parma 20 -5 28
10 Fiorentina 20 +7 27
11 Torino 20 +4 27
12 Sassuolo 20 -2 26
13 Cagliari 20 -8 21
14 Genoa 19 -10 20
15 Udinese 20 -8 18
16 SPAL 20 -12 18
17 Empoli 20 -15 17
18 Bologna 20 -14 14
19 Frosinone 20 -30 10
20 Chievo 19 -21 8

Team news: Genoa vs Milan

Genoa: Krzysztof Piatek (suspended)

Milan: Davide Calabria, Franck Kessie (suspended); Alessio Romagnoli, Ivan Strinic, Giacomo Bonaventura, Mattia Caldara, Lucas Biglia (injured)

Match Facts and Stats: Genoa vs Milan

  • Genoa have failed to win 12 of their last 13 matches
  • Milan have drawn their last 3 away matches

TV Channels and Broadcasts

In the USA, tune into Genoa vs Milan on ESPN+.

In the UK, check out Eleven Sports 1 UK for Genoa vs Milan.

Can't make it to the Stadio Luigi Ferraris? Sky Supercalcio HD, SKY Go Italia, Sky Sport Serie A, and Sky Calcio 1 are your choices to tune into Genoa vs Milan if you live in Italy.

Live elsewhere? Here are your options to catch Genoa vs Milan:

Genoa vs Milan Broadcast Information

Kick-off time: Monday 21 January 9:00am ET / 2:00pm GMT / 3:00pm CET
Stadium: Stadio Comunale Luigi Ferraris (Genova)
Australia: beIN Sports Connect, beIN Sports 1, Kayo Sports
Canada: DAZN
France: beIN Sports MAX 4, beIN SPORTS CONNECT
Germany: DAZN, TeleClub Sport Live
India: Serie A Pass
Indonesia: beIN Sports 3 Indonesia, beIN Sports Connect Indonesia
Italy: Sky Calcio 1, Sky Sport Serie A, SKY Go Italia, Sky Supercalcio HD
Malaysia: Serie A Pass
Netherlands: Serie A Pass
Nigeria: SuperSport 9
Portugal: Sport TV1
Turkey: beIN Sports Turkey, Digiturk Play, beIN CONNECT Turkey
United Kingdom: Eleven Sports 1 UK
United States: ESPN+

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