The Rossoneri will need to pick up all three points in their upcoming UCL meeting with PSG if they want to have any real hope of getting out of their group.

Milan will be desperate for some kind of turnaround when the Rossoneri welcome PSG for part two of their two-legged group stage clash on Tuesday. Last season saw Stefano Pioli's side make an impressive run to the semi-finals, where they were beaten by cross-town rivals Inter, but as things are looking, Milan will be fortunate if they can even get out of their group.

When the quartets were announced, many figured that the Rossoneri should at the very least be battling Dortmund for a possible second spot in a tricky group that also includes an ambitious Newcastle United as well as PSG. However, things have gone horribly wrong for Pioli's men, who have yet to pick up a single win so far in this competition and come into Tuesday's game sitting dead last in their group.

Of even bigger concern is the fact that Milan have yet to score in this season's Champions League following two dull scoreless draws with Dortmund and Newcastle followed by a humiliating 3-0 thrashing by PSG on matchday three.

The Diavolo have also hit a rough patch in Serie A, where they are winless in their last three games and now sit six points behind league leaders Inter. This includes a shocking 1-0 loss to an Udinese side who are barely just hovering above the drop zone.

Prior to that, Milan somehow threw away a two goal advantage to narrowly scrape by to a 2-2 draw with Napoli, and including their defeat to Juventus, Milan are winless in their last four matches across all competitions - with their last victory being a narrow 1-0 result against Genoa back on October 7th.

PSG, meanwhile, have taken huge steps towards seizing control of their group following their resounding 3-0 win over Milan last time out. It was the perfect response for Les Parisiens after they were shockingly beaten 4-1 by Newcastle on matchday two, and having already beaten Dortmund 2-0 in their tournament opener, currently are on top of their quartet with six points. 

Les Parisiens have an excellent record against Italian sides, with four wins and six draws from their last 10 meetings in Europe, and certainly will be fancying their chances at picking up three points at the Stadio San Siro on Tuesday evening. Luis Enrique's side have won their last five matches across all competitions, but have struggled on the road in the Champions League, with just two wins from their last 10.

This game will also be another reunion for the Hernandez brothers, as both Theo and Lucas are expected to be in action for Milan and PSG respectively. It's certainly not the first time the siblings have faced off on opposite ends of the pitch, but will nonetheless be an interesting match-up nonetheless.

Team news: Milan vs PSG

Milan: Davide Caldara (ankle), Pierre Kalulu (knee), Simon Kjær (muscular), and Marco Sportiello (calf) are all out for the hosts, while Rade Krunic is a doubt due to a thigh issue.

PSG: Meanwhile, Nuno Mendes (hamstring), Danilo (hamstring), Marco Asensio (foot), Keylor Navas (back), and Presnel Kimpembe (Achilles) are all out for the visiting side.

Match facts: Milan vs PSG

  • PSG are unbeaten in their last ten matches against Italian sides (W4 D6)
  • Milan's home record vs French clubs is W8 D3 L2; overall, it's W12 D7 L8
  • PSG's away record against Italian clubs is W2 D4 L5; overall, it's W6 D9 L9
  • The Rossoneri have won just seven of their last 28 UCL games (D9 L12)
  • At home, they have won only six of their last 19 UCL ties (D7 L6)
  • Les Parisiens have won 12 of their last 27 away UCL games (D5 L10)

Broadcast info: Milan vs PSG

How can I watch Milan vs PSG live?

USA: Milan vs PSG will kick off at 3 pm EST and will be live-streamed via Paramount+.

Spanish-speakers can check out, Univision, TUDN App, ViX, Univision NOW, and TUDN USA.

Italy: Fans in Italy not traveling to the Stadio San Siro can follow the game via live-streaming or on TV. Options include Canale 5, Sky Sport 252, SKY Go Italia, NOW TV, Sky Sport Uno, and Mediaset Infinity.

France: Viewers in France have several options to live-stream and watch Milan vs PSG on TV, including RMC Sport 1, Canal+ Foot, and RMC Sport en direct.

UK: Viewers in the UK can watch Milan vs PSG on TV on TNT Sport 3 or live-stream the match via discovery+ and the discovery+ App.

Australia: This game will be live-streamed on Stan Sport in Australia.

Canada: Fans in Canada can live-stream Milan vs PSG on DAZN Canada.

Live elsewhere? Here's how you can catch Milan vs PSG live from wherever you are based:


Match details, result and original broadcast info

Milan 2 - 1 PSG

November 7, 2023 3:00pmStadio Giuseppe Meazza (Milano)

This match has ended. Below are the original Live broadcast details for this match.

Live TV coverage and streaming in United States

Univision USA
Univision NOW