AC Milan v Chelsea: how to watch Chelsea’s next Champions League game on TV and live streaming
Will Chelsea make it a clean sweep against AC Milan in their next UEFA Champions League game?
The victory means that Chelsea now sit one point behind surprise European package RB Salzburg of Austria, who remain unbeaten in the group with five points from a possible nine.
Will the run of form Graham Potter has found with Chelsea extend in Europe as the team ready themselves for the trip to one of the fashion capitals of the world?
Who are Chelsea playing in their next UEFA Champions League game?
Chelsea will once again be facing Serie A champions AC Milan in Europe in the away game group fixture.
The Rossoneri are currently sitting in 5th place in the Serie A table after eight games, but the gap between the the top of the table and where AC Milan are seated is only a three point difference.
AC Milan were seeded in the 2022-2023 UEFA Champions League by virtue of their domestic championship winning season in 2021-2022 so automatically entered the group stages of the competition.
When are Chelsea playing AC Milan in the UEFA Champions League?
Where can I watch AC Milan v Chelsea in the UEFA Champions League?
How to sign up to BT Sports?
BT Sport is available to customers with an existing BT package by the following options:
- The “Big Sport” package, which teams BT Sport channels with Sky’s NOW Sport packages, is available for £41 per month (24 month contract, upfront fee: £39.99)
- BT’s standard “Sport” package, which includes BT Sport 1, 2, 3 and 4, is available for £16.99 per month (24 month contract, upfront fee: £39.99)
- There is also the cheaper BT Sport app, which allows all four BT Sport channels to be streamed on laptops, tablets and smartphones, for £16 per month (24 month contract)
To learn more about how to add BT Sport to existing packages, or to create a new package with the provider, you can visit the dedicated BT Sport page.
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