AC Milan v Parma Live Stream : Watch online from San Siro as Donadoni eyes Champions League place in Serie A

Latest AC Milan v Parma live streaming news from Serie A, with the game available to watch online from the San Siro today.

In-form Parma will aim to pile the pressure on AC Milan when the two clubs meet this afternoon in the San Siro.

Roberto Donadoni’s men have climbed to 6th in the table on the back of a seven game unbeaten run and with just one defeat in their last 17 games they are one of the form teams in Italy.


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For Milan meanwhile reality have set in of the task that lies ahead after a promising start under Clarence Seedorf.

The club have lost four of their last five games in all competitions and will head into the game on the back of a 5-1 aggregate defeat to Atletico Madrid in the Champions league, a result that came on the heels of back to back Serie A defeats to Juventus and Udinese.

The downturn in form has left keeper Christian Abbiati believing that the club are going in the wrong direction.

“It was a particular game and we’ve taken steps back with respect to recent performances,” he is quoted as saying by Milan’s official website. “We didn’t play well in Udine and (on Tuesday) we definitely took another step back.

“We knew it wouldn’t be easy and after Ricardo (Kaka) got the equaliser, we crushed them.

“It was a shame about their second goal as the deflection put it right in the corner.

“It’s disappointing to go out of the Champions League like this and we have to recharge our batteries as on Sunday we’ll be up against a team that’s playing well (Parma).

“Now it’s very important to focus on the league as we have 11 games ahead of us. From here to the end of the season, all us players will be under examination. All of us have to show that we’re able to wear this jersey.”

Both teams will be missing players through suspension with Mattia De Sciglio banned for Milan and Gabriel Paletta out for Param. Forward Stephan El Shaarawy will also be unavailable to Seedorf as he continues his recovery from a foot injury.

Parma last won at the San Siro in 1999 when they beat the club 2-1 in the Supercoppa Italiana and they will never have a better chance to repeat that feat than on Sunday.

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.