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((STREAMS>)) AC Milan vs Newcastle Live Broadcast Free 13 December 2023 Today


Newcastle vs AC Milan live stream: How to watch Champions League game online. The Newcastle vs AC Milan live stream is a crucial final match in the hotly-contested Champions League Group F. Both these teams could still qualify for the knockout stage of the tournament so there’s everything to play for at St James’ Park


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Newcastle’s first Champions League campaign in two decades has been a real rollercoaster. They started well with a draw away in Milan and a historic home win over PSG before back-to-back defeats to Dortmund. The Magpies looked to be back on track as they were just minutes away from another famous win over PSG but a dubious penalty cruelly robbed them of the three points in Paris. However, Newcastle can still qualify for the next round if they can better PSG’s result against Dortmund, but that’s a tall order as the Premier League club faces a major injury crisis with as many as a dozen players out right now.


Meanwhile, AC Milan’s CL group stage has been similarly bumpy. The Italian side’s sole win came against PSG with goals from Rafael Leão and Olivier Giroud enough to earn a hard-fought victory. Much like their opposition, Milan can still progress further in the tournament as group runners up but to do that they’ll need a win against Newcastle, and to hope that PSG doesn’t manage the same against Dortmund. It's all still to play for in this CL group of death.


Newcastle vs AC Milan live stream, Date, Time, Channels


The Newcastle vs AC Milan live stream takes place on Wednesday, Dec. 13.

Time: 8 p.m. GMT / 3 p.m. ET / 12 p.m. PT / 7 a.m. AEDT (Dec. 14)

U.S. — Watch on Paramount Plus

U.K. — Watch on TNT Sport

Watch anywhere


While a win for either side will not guarantee them a seat at the Round of 16 table, it'll surely bolster their chances and mount more pressure on PSG who will be involved in a scintillating contest with Dortmund.


Newcastle United stunned the world with a thundering 4-1 victory against PSG in their backyard and they'll be vying to replicate their heroics against the Italian opposition. Despite just a single win in the "Group of Death", the Magpies could weave themselves a fairytale if they conquer the former champions and Borussia Dortmund defeat PSG in Germany.


AC Milan's scintillating semi-final run in the 2022/23 campaign has been followed up by a shambolic group stage performances in the recent season. The Italian heavyweights are seeded at the foot of the table and will need a win in England to boost their chances while their dependance on Dortmund, like their rivals, remains intact.


Sandro Tonali's fairytale moment of playing against his former employees would take some years with the Italian midfielder suspended from the clash.


Eddie Howe's catalogue of injured names continues to grow with the Magpies involved in a tight schedule of fixtures domestically and in Europe with Jacob Murphy (shoulder), Dan Burn (back), Elliot Anderson (back), Harvey Barnes (foot), Sven Botman (knee), Joe Willock (calf), Matt Targett (thigh) all ruled out of the fixture


Newcastle's primary shot-stopper Nick Pope picked up a shoulder injury in their Premier League fixture a few weeks back ruling him out while standby goalkeeper Martin Dubravka is tipped to be nursing a back issue. The latter could still feature between the sticks while former Liverpool man Loris Karius will be on alert.


Callum Wilson and Sean Longstaff returned from their injury spells as they cameoed in Newcastle's routing by Spurs in the Premier League.


Theo Hernandez is touted to start as a centre-back for the visitors alongside Fikayo Tomori with regular options Simon Kjaer and Marco Pellegrino ruled out due to a muscle and heel injury, respectively. Malick Thiaw and Pierre Kalulu remain confined to the treatment room alongside goalkeeper Marco Sportiello who is nursing a calf issue.


The Rossoneri will be bolstered by the return of Rafael Leao with the Portuguese winger brushing off his thigh concern while summer signing Noah Okafor also returns to the squad.


A place in the last-16 is out of their hands however as they each set off to recover a two-point deficit to Paris Saint-Germain, who face already-qualified Borussia Dortmund in Germany.


Tied on five points, only a win will hand Newcastle and Milan a chance to knock PSG out if the Parisians fail to win or, as is necessary for Milan's hopes, they are defeated by Dortmund.


Eddie Howe's side come into the finale on the back of two miserable three-goal defeats to Everton and Tottenham, as injuries and a frantic fixture schedule catch up with them.


Milan have struggled on the road lately and a last-gasp defeat at Atalanta on the weekend means they have only managed two wins from their last ten games in all competitions.


Newcastle are hoping to snatch second to book their place in the Champions League knockout stages and they can pull that off if they beat AC Milan and PSG fail to beat Dortmund.


Howe's side are struggling with injuries this season and it's starting to catch up with them, with Newcastle winning just two of their last seven outings in all competitions. They come into Wednesday's clash on the back of a 3-0 defeat at Everton and a 4-1 loss at Tottenham.


AC Milan, who are third in Serie A after 15 games, are on the same points tally as Newcastle and for them to qualify for the last 16, they need to win at St James' Park and hope Dortmund beat PSG.

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