Live Soccer TV

Live Soccer TV App for iOS
Live Soccer TV App for Android

With Juventus hot on their heels, Milan can't afford more slip-ups to retain the Scudetto

April 6, 2012 By Gregory Sica
Milan and Juve are in must-win situations against Fiorentina and Palermo, respectively, while Lazio, Napoli, Roma and Inter search for a place in Europe in Saturday's wild Serie A soccer fest.

Apr 7, 2012: Cagliari vs Inter Milan

A rejuvenated Inter Milan will be looking for their second consecutive victory under interim coach Andrea Stramaccioni when they take on Cagliari at the Stadio Nereo Rocco. The arrival of Stramaccioni appears to have motivated the side, after a miserable spell under Claudio Ranieri, but although his era commenced on a bright note in a 5-4 victory over Genoa, his side clearly needs heaps of improvement, especially in a defensive sense. Due to last weekend's success, Stramaccioni has once again named a three-man attack comprising of the South American trident of Diego Forlan, Diego Milito and Mauro Zarate. An Inter triumph could possibly ignite their hunt for an unlikely place in Europe next season.

Apr 7, 2012: Lecce vs Roma

Roma have won their last six games against Lecce in all competitions, and are more than aware that if they make it seven on Saturday it will significantly improve their possibilities of qualifying for Europe next season. Luis Enrique's side thumped Novara 5-2 last weekend, and will once again be hoping to fire on all cylinders against another side that are fighting against the drop to the second division. But a desperate Lecce will be looking to cause an upset, as they did against Inter Milan at the Stadio Via del Mare earlier in the season. 

Apr 7, 2012: Milan vs Fiorentina

After their frustrating Champions League elimination at the hands of Barcelona midweek, AC Milan will be hoping to return to winning ways when they welcome Fiorentina to the San Siro for a crucial Serie A clash on Sunday. Having been held to a 1-1 draw against Catania last weekend, the Rossoneri have no choice but to obtain maximum points, because if they don't Juventus will have the possibility to overtake them at the top of the table, with only eight games left to play in the season. This could seriously dent Milan's chances of winning back-to-back league titles.

Apr 7, 2012: Palermo vs Juventus

Juventus travel to Sicily to take on Palermo knowing that they are in a must-win situation if they want to oust Milan for the Scudetto. With their 3-0 thrashing of Napoli last weekend, the Bianconeri extended their unbeaten run to 30 games and will be confident about making it 31 against a depleted Palermo. Juve find themselves only two points behind league leaders Milan, and will be hoping to repeat their impressive 3-0 victory over Palermo last November. Coach Antonio Conte is expected to play with three-men up front, these being Simone Pepe, Alessandro Matri and Mirko Vucinic. Will this approach pay dividends?

Apr 7, 2012: Lazio vs Napoli

As the race for a top-three finish hottens up, direct rivals Lazio and Napoli will be desperate of destroying each other's chances of grabbing the last Champions League spot. Third-placed Lazio lead fourth-placed Napoli by just three points, and will be hoping to return to winning ways after suffering a third defeat in four Serie A games against Parma last weekend. Lazio, who will be unable to count with the services of seven first-team regulars, held Napoli to a goalless stalemate in Naples last November, and will strive to make the most of their home advantage at the Stadio Olimpico on Saturday. But in order to secure a positive result, first they must find a way to contain Napoli scoring-machine Edinson Cavani.

 





Newsletter Signup »

Email: Why Signup?

Upcoming Top Matches »

Real MadridMay 26
2:45pm
Liverpool
Live Soccer TV App
Follow the game on the go
Download the Live Soccer TV App for
iPhone and Android
Live Soccer TV App for iOSLive Soccer TV App for Android


FIFA World Cup

Live Soccer TV does not host or provide any FIFA World Cup live streaming or videos on this website. We provide World Cup TV schedules of the official rights holders only, and link to the legal live streams where available. This website is not related, owned or affiliated with FIFA or any of the teams participating in World Cup. The World Cup TV schedule is geotargeted to your location. If you wish to see which TV channels broadcast and/or stream the World Cup in your country, please visit the World Cup page for full details.
Group A
14 Jun 11:00Moscow
Russia vs Saudi Arabia
15 Jun 8:00Yekaterinburg
Egypt vs Uruguay
19 Jun 14:00Saint Petersburg
Russia vs Egypt
20 Jun 11:00Rostov-on-Don
Uruguay vs Saudi Arabia
25 Jun 10:00Volgograd
Saudi Arabia vs Egypt
25 Jun 10:00Samara
Uruguay vs Russia
Group B
15 Jun 11:00Saint Petersburg
Morocco vs Iran
15 Jun 14:00Sochi
Portugal vs Spain
20 Jun 8:00Moscow
Portugal vs Morocco
20 Jun 14:00Kazan
Iran vs Spain
25 Jun 14:00Saransk
Iran vs Portugal
25 Jun 14:00Kaliningrad
Spain vs Morocco
Group C
16 Jun 6:00Kazan
France vs Australia
16 Jun 12:00Saransk
Peru vs Denmark
21 Jun 8:00Samara
Denmark vs Australia
21 Jun 11:00Yekaterinburg
France vs Peru
26 Jun 10:00Sochi
Australia vs Peru
26 Jun 10:00Moscow
Denmark vs France
Group D
16 Jun 9:00Moscow
Argentina vs Iceland
16 Jun 15:00Kaliningrad
Croatia vs Nigeria
21 Jun 14:00Nizhny Novgorod
Argentina vs Croatia
22 Jun 11:00Volgograd
Nigeria vs Iceland
26 Jun 14:00Rostov-on-Don
Iceland vs Croatia
26 Jun 14:00Saint Petersburg
Nigeria vs Argentina
Group E
17 Jun 8:00Samara
Costa Rica vs Serbia
17 Jun 14:00Rostov-on-Don
Brazil vs Switzerland
22 Jun 8:00Saint Petersburg
Brazil vs Costa Rica
22 Jun 14:00Kaliningrad
Serbia vs Switzerland
27 Jun 14:00Moscow
Serbia vs Brazil
27 Jun 14:00Nizhny Novgorod
Switzerland vs Costa Rica
Group F
17 Jun 11:00Moscow
Germany vs Mexico
18 Jun 8:00Nizhny Novgorod
Sweden vs Korea Republic
23 Jun 11:00Rostov-on-Don
Korea Republic vs Mexico
23 Jun 14:00Sochi
Germany vs Sweden
27 Jun 10:00Kazan
Korea Republic vs Germany
27 Jun 10:00Yekaterinburg
Mexico vs Sweden
Group G
18 Jun 11:00Sochi
Belgium vs Panama
18 Jun 14:00Volgograd
Tunisia vs England
23 Jun 8:00Moscow
Belgium vs Tunisia
24 Jun 8:00Nizhny Novgorod
England vs Panama
28 Jun 14:00Kaliningrad
England vs Belgium
28 Jun 14:00Saransk
Panama vs Tunisia
Group H
19 Jun 8:00Saransk
Colombia vs Japan
19 Jun 11:00Moscow
Poland vs Senegal
24 Jun 11:00Yekaterinburg
Japan vs Senegal
24 Jun 14:00Kazan
Poland vs Colombia
28 Jun 10:00Volgograd
Japan vs Poland
28 Jun 10:00Samara
Senegal vs Colombia
Knockout Stage

Round of 16
30 Jun 10:00Kazan
[1C] vs [2D]
30 Jun 14:00Sochi
[1A] vs [2B]
1 Jul 10:00Moscow
[1B] vs [2A]
1 Jul 14:00Nizhny Novgorod
[1D] vs [2C]
Round of 16
2 Jul 10:00Samara
[1E] vs [2F]
2 Jul 14:00Rostov-on-Don
[1G] vs [2H]
3 Jul 10:00Saint Petersburg
[1F] vs [2E]
3 Jul 14:00Moscow
[1H] vs [2G]
Quarter Final
6 Jul 10:00Nizhny Novgorod
[W49] vs [W50]
6 Jul 14:00Kazan
[W53] vs [W54]
7 Jul 10:00Samara
[W55] vs [W56]
7 Jul 14:00Sochi
[W51] vs [W52]
Semi-final
10 Jul 14:00Saint Petersburg
[W57] vs [W58]
11 Jul 14:00Moscow
[W59] vs [W60]
Third place match
14 Jul 10:00Saint Petersburg
[L61] vs [L62]
Final
15 Jul 11:00Moscow
Final: FIFA World Cup 2018