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Roma vs Genoa live stream info, TV channels - Dec 20, 2015

December 19, 2015 By Michelle Bonsu
After humiliation in the Coppa Italia, Roma will desperately want to get back to winning ways as they welcome Genoa to the Stadio Olimpico on Sunday, December 20th. Here are some live TV listings & online streaming options for Roma vs. Genoa.

It has been a difficult few months for Roma and their supporters, and the malaise shows no clear signs of abating. In the league, the Giallorossi are still searching for their first win since defeating Lazio in the Derby della Capitale on November 8th. In the Champions League, they squeaked by with a poor six points into the round of 16, but will face a tough task to qualify as they will now have to deal with Barcelona's arch rivals, Real Madrid. And in the Coppa Italia - the one clear chance they had at winning some silverware - they were embarrassed at home by second-tier side Spezia and crashed out on penalties after failing to find a way through in regulation time.

Roma

Unless if one has been living in a cave, most calcio fans will be quite aware of the mounting pressure on Rudi Garcia. The French coach has had a difficult time in his third season and the rumors have been growing that this season may be very well the last for the former Lille boss. Having now slipped behind Juventus - a team that they were far ahead from just six rounds ago - Roma will be desperate to turn things around against Genoa in their last match before the Christmas break.

Injuries have not been kind to the Giallorossi. 39-year-old captain Francesco Totti is still out and has not played a competitive fixture in months. Kevin Strootman and Vasilis Torosidis are also absent due to their own fitness problems but fortunately, African duo Gervinho and Seydou Keita are back in action, meaning that the Ivorian will be able to be used in attack alongside Mohamed Salah and Edin Dzeko.

Still, despite their troubles, the Lupi have enjoyed the historical advantage over the Grifone. They have won six out of their past seven league games, with Genoa's sole win taking place back on May 18, 2014. At the Stadio Olimpico, not only have they won all nine of their past meetings but also have scored a total of 24 goals (over two per game). The only downside, of course, is their poor form that has seen Roma win just one of of their past six league games, with three draws and two losses making up the other five.

Genoa

Last season was a difficult one for Genoa, and this one has been no different. The Grifone currently sit in 17th place, just two points off the drop zone and have won just one out of their last five games across all competitions. Like Roma, they too experienced embarrassment in the Coppa Italia against lower-tier opposition. Genoa's humbler, though, do not even play in Serie B, but rather in the Lega Pro, with Alessandria shocking them in front of their dismayed home crowd and Gian Piero Gasperini will now have to re-focus and rally his troops to avoid heading into the Christmas break in the relegation zone.

Gasperini will be missing Leonardo Pavoletti and Diego Perotti due to suspension, whilst Blerim Dzemaili, Giovanni Marchese, Nicolas Burdisso are all out injured. The visitors have not won a game since powering past Sassuolo 2-1 back on November 22nd, and like Roma, will be desperate to work their way out of their own downward spiral in their final match of 2015.

Which channel is broadcasting Roma vs Genoa on TV or Online?

After the embarrassing loss in the Coppa Italia, Roma will need to put on a good performance to assuage their frustrated fans. If you're a Giallorossi supporter and are in Italy's capital for the holidays, you may be heading to the Stado Olimpico to have your voice heard as the Lupi take on the Grifone.

If not, LiveSoccerTV has options for fans living in other part of Italy and in numerous other countries. Here are some choices for those who reside in these four nations:

  • In the USA at 9.00 EST on: beIN Sports USA, fuboTV, beIN SPORTS CONNECT U.S.A.
  • In Italy at 15.00 CET on: Premium Calcio, SKY Go Italia, Sky Calcio 2
  • In the UK at 14.00 GMT on: BT Sport Live Streaming, BT Sport Europe
  • In Canada at at 9.00 ET on: beIN Sports Canada, beIN SPORTS CONNECT Canada

Live outside one of these countries? Simply check out our special Roma vs. Genoa broadcast page for specific viewing times and options for wherever you call home.

*Note: Live broadcast listings are subject to change*

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