What channel is AC Milan vs. Manchester United on? Live stream, kick-off time and team news

Manchester United travel to Italy to face AC Milan this Thursday, March 18, with a place in the Europa League quarter-finals at stake.

A late header from Simon Kjaer gave Milan a decisive away goal in the final shots of the first leg, but United will always feel confident in the progression.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side have one of the best away records in European football in the past calendar year and should be encouraged by Milan’s recent difficulties at San Siro.

Juventus, Atalanta, Inter and more recently Napoli have all left the Italian capital with three points since the start of the year.

Both teams continue to drag their rivals into their respective leagues, putting additional pressure on their European exploits.

What channel is AC Milan vs Man United broadcast on?

United’s trip to Milan will be broadcast live on BT Sport 2. Coverage of the match begins at 7.15 p.m. with kick-off at 8 p.m.

If you are not a BT Sport subscriber, you can discover their latest sports packages or access their channels using a £ 25 monthly pass.

Can I stream AC Milan against Man United?

Yes, BT Sport subscribers can watch the game on mobile or tablet using the BT Sport app available on Apple and Android.

You can also watch the match online here.

What are the first team news from AC Milan vs Man United?

Solskjaer recently admitted that Paul Pogba’s rehabilitation took longer than expected.

The same has been said of Donny van de Beek. It remains to be seen whether either will be fit enough to play a role.

David De Gea is back in the running after his period of isolation.

Edinson Cavani will continue to be out after missing Sunday’s 1-0 win over West Ham. Anthony Martial received what has been described as a “blow to the hip” and should be assessed closer to kick-off.

AC Milan, meanwhile, remain without veteran striker Mario Mandzukic, but former United player Zlatan Ibrahimovic is fit to play after recovering from a thigh injury.

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