Serie A Live Streaming : Watch Lazio v Inter from Stadio Olimpico Monday Night

Serie A football is back today with Lazio v Inter Milan live stream to watch from the Stadio Olimpico (KO 17:30GMT).

Its a very busy Monday with a bumper coupon from Serie A, with plenty of games available to watch live streaming through Bet365 tv service, the Stoke based firm reports today.

There are seven games up for consideration on Monday in Serie A with the clash between Lazio and Inter Milan the stand out game.


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New manager Edy Reja will take charge of Lazio for the first time after taking the reins from Vladimir Petkovic.

The 50 year old, who recently announced that he would take over at the Swiss national team after this summer’s world cup, was relieved of his duties following the ” the conclusion of disciplinary proceedings” with Lazio president Claudio Lotito unhappy at the managers decision to announce the news whilst still in charge in Rome.

Reja will be tasked with improving the fortunes of a side that has won just twice in their last 12 games and currently lie 11th in the table.

Inter meanwhile ended the year on a high when they beat neighbours and city rivals AC Milan in their last outing, a result that saw the club enter 2014 fifth in the standings.

Inter are the second highest scorers in Serie A this season with 37 games and with Lazio boasting the worst defensive record in Italy manager Walter Mazzari will be confident of starting 2014 with a win.

Inter are set to be boosted by the return of Ricky Alvarez from suspension however Saphir Taider, Cristian Chivu and the suspended Hugo Campagnaro are all out. Lazio are sweating on the fitness of defender Stefan Radu.

AC Milan will be hoping for a change of fortune as they take to the field of play for the first time in 2014.

A miserable start to the season that has included just four wins see the club sit 13th in the table some 22 points off the Champions league places.

The club have already boosted their ranks with the capture of Japan star Keisuke Honda and while the former CSKA man won’t feature on Monday, defender Adil Rami, on loan from Valencia, is poised to make his debut.

Atalanta are one point and two places behind Milan in the standings and will head into the game on the back of two defeats and a draw in their last three games however they famously won 1-0 at the San Siro last season and will hope to emulate that success and leapfrog their hosts.

Napoli will hope to keep pace at the top when they face Sampdoria in the early morning kick off while sixth place Hellas Verona, unbeaten in three, face a trip to mid-table Udinese.

Elsewhere Parma host Torino, Genoa welcome Sassuolo and fourth from bottom Bologna travel to take on the league’s bottom side Catania.

Trevor Keane is an Irish based sports writer and the author of Gaffers, 50 years of Irish Managers and Running through Walls, the Dave Langan Story.