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Here is the official squad for Chelsea and AC Milan:
Chelsea: Kepa; Fofana, Thiago; Silva, Coulibaly; James, Loftus-Cheek, Kovacic, Chilwell; many; Stirling, Aubameyang. Available: Petinelli, Mindy, Jorginho, Pulisic, Shaloba, Bruja, Zacharias, Zych, Gallagher, Azpilicueta, Havertz, Cucurella. Coach: Potter.
Milan: Tatarosano. Dest, Kalolo; Tomori, Palo Tori; Bennacer, Tonali; Krunich, de Kitilari, Liao; Jerrod. Available: Mirante, Jungdal, Diaz, Rebic, Origi, Pobega, Gabbia, Gala and Coubis. Coach: Bewley.
19.44 – click over here To see photos of the Curva Sud Milano parade towards Stamford Bridge.
19.18 The Curva Sud Milano parade will soon begin towards Stamford Bridge where at 9pm Milan will face Chelsea on day three of Group E of the Champions League. As usual, the hottest part of the Rossoneri fans sing several cheers in support of the Pioli team in light of the match against the Blues.
19.17 Milan arrived a few moments ago at Stamford Bridge. The Rossoneri players are now at Chelsea Stadium where they play the Blues at 9pm. As can be seen from the pictures from Sky, Milan managers Paolo Maldini, Frederic Massara and Ivan Gazidis are also present on the sidelines, as well as board member Giorgio Forlani.
19.00 You have two hours until the match starts. Soon there will be the usual procession of Curva Sud Milano which will meet at Earl’s Court and after that all will ascend together to Stamford Bridge.
17.58 – As predicted yesterday by MilanNews.it (Here is the expectation), Jerry Cardinale has arrived in London and will be attending this evening at Stamford Bridge for the Chelsea-Milan national team. It was also attended by Paolo Scaroni, president of Milan, and Gordon Singer.
17.05 – AC Milan defender Fikayo Tomori, expressed himself to AC Milan TV on the eve of Chelsea-Milan on his return to Stamford Bridge: “I’ve already come as a contender at Stamford Bridge with Derby County and I know what that means, but I’m doing it in the Champions League and Milan it will be. Different. I’m ready for this match and I can’t wait until before the draw, I felt we would choose Chelsea… It would be great to see faces I know and come back to a place where London is beautiful… This will be a great match and the goal is to come back to Milan with the three points.”
16.30 – Alessandro Alquiato, who spoke to “Totti Met” on Radio 24, revealed this background on Milan and the stadium inspection yesterday at Stamford Bridge: “When Milan arrived to walk around Stamford Bridge, Pioli asked to give a speech to Giroud: the Frenchman said. He was proud to play This game and that it was time to win in Europe too. Then there was applause, and some speeches were not made by chance.”
15.40 – These are the unavailable Rossoneri:
Ibrahimović (injury, not listed by UEFA)
Minyan (injury, removed from UEFA list)
Theo Hernandez (Injury)
Bakayoko (not included in the UEFA list)
Adly (not included in the UEFA list)
Vranckx (not included in the UEFA list)
Thiaw (not included in the UEFA list)
15.20 – Here is the list of available players, included in the UEFA squad, for Stefano Pioli for tonight’s game against Chelsea:
Goalkeepers: Tatarusano, Mirante, Gangdal
Defenders: Kalolo, Tomori, Dest, Palo Toure, Gabia, Kubis
Midfielders: Tonali, Benaser, Bubiga, Krunic, Gala
Forwards: Giroud, de Kitleri, Liao, Brahim Diaz, Rebek, Origi
15.02 – Wednesday night between Chelsea and Milan will be a special match for many players, led by Fikayo Tomori, who trained at Stamford Bridge and with the Blues as a player and as a man. With the London blue shirt, Tomori carried out the entire academy operation and played in the first team 27 games total where he also found two goals and one assist. Since joining the Rossoneri, in January 2021, the English midfielder has played 72 games with the Rossoneri team, scoring two goals against Juventus and Liverpool, and winning the 19th Scudetto as the champion.
14.45 – As documented by our correspondent in London, Stefano Pioli stopped with the present crowd to take pictures outside the Royal Garden Hotel, where Milan is staying in anticipation of tonight’s match.
14.22 – Danny McKelle will be the referee for Chelsea – AC Milan, a match valid for the third day of Group E of the Champions League scheduled for today at Stamford Bridge. The Dutch whistle will direct the Rossoneri for the second time in his career: the only precedent goes back to last season, when Makelele officiated the match in San Siro between Milan and Liverpool, which ended 1-2.
14.04 – Not only on the pitch, Chelsea and AC Milan have also always been intertwined in the market. The last of them are Bakayoko, Jiro and Tomori. While the Rossoneri’s first signature from the blues was Greavers, in 1961. In 2002, Dalla Bona arrived, but the experience was not positive. From that moment on, the London-Milan hub is getting hotter: Crespo (2004), Shevchenko (2008), Essien (January 2014), Torres (summer 2014), Van Ginkel (summer 2014), Pasalic (2016) and Bakayoko (2018)
13.46 – Within one week, Milan will face Chelsea twice, in the matches valid for the third and fourth round of the Champions League group stage. Tomorrow at 9pm Italian time they will take the field at Stamford Bridge, on Tuesday the 11th, again at 9pm the theater will be the San Siro. These are the 44th and 45th matches of the Rossoneri against an English team. The balance, so far, is talking about 12 wins, 13 draws and 18 losses: a result that needs to be improved.
13.28 – As learned by MilanNews.it’s editorial team, with the simultaneous absences of Davide Calabria, Theo Hernandez and Simon Kjaer, Ismail Bennacer will be captain of tomorrow’s match against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.
13.14 – The Chelsea-AC Milan match, valid for the third day of the Champions League group stage and scheduled for Wednesday 5 October at 9pm at Stamford Bridge, will be streamed live on Amazon Prime Video with commentary by Sandro Piccinini and technical commentary by Massimo Ambrosini. It will also be possible to follow the match in live text on MilanNews.it.
13.00 – Eight hours until the start of the Chelsea-Milan match, which is a valid match for the third round of the Champions League groups. The Rossoneri are first in the group with 4 points, while the Blues are last at 1 point. It will be a must-try match between the Rossoneri and the Blues! In the meantime, thanks to our live text broadcast, you can read about the interesting things about the match, as well as the most important information as you approach the big match tonight. stay with us
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