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Here’s how to watch the all-American showdown between AC Milan and Juventus

Serie A leaders AC Milan host third-placed Juventus on Sunday in a massive game in Italy, which will also attract plenty of attention from across the Atlantic, with four American players involved.

How to watch AC Milan vs Juventus in USA

  • When: Sunday, 2:45 p.m.
  • Where: San Siro
  • TV: N/A
  • Stream: Paramount+

The United States played two home games during the international break, a 3-1 defeat to Germany followed by a 4-0 win over Ghana on Tuesday, and four American team mates returned to Italy for the San Siro clash.

In the last transfer window, Milan signed Christian Pulisic from Chelsea and Yunus Musah from Valencia, while Juventus bought Timothy Weah from Lille, and Weston McKennie returned from a loan spell at Leeds United.

Pulisic, who scored in both games for the U.S., has made a major impact since arriving, scoring four goals in eight league games. He scored the only goal in Milan's last game, a 1-0 win at Genoa, with Musah providing the assist from the cross.

Musah began the season as backup for Ruben Loftus-Cheek but has been called into action in six league games by manager Stefano Pioli, and played the full game at Genoa with Loftus-Cheek out injured.

When McKennie returned to Juventus after Leeds' Premier League relegation, many expected him to be surplus to requirements, but the American has made the right wingback position his own, although he may move to midfield for this game with Weah on the flank.

McKennie began the season from the bench but has started the last six games for Juventus, and in their last game, a 2-0 win over Torino, Weah started alongside his fellow American.

No American has ever won a league title in Italy, with Alfonso Negro the first U.S.-born player to feature in Serie A, with Fiorentina in 1934.

With Milan and Juventus both challenging for the title, America could now end up with two Italian league winners in one season.

While the four Americans all came through the international break unscathed, Milan will not have Samuel Chukwueze available, who returned with a hamstring injury from Nigeria's 2-2 draw with Saudi Arabia.

Juventus lost Brazilian defender Danilo through injury, while Nicolo Fagioli is suspended for seven months for breaching betting rules.

Dusan Vlahovic should be available having missed Serbia's games, but Federico Chiesa is still a doubt after leaving Italy's squad through injury.

(Reporting by Trevor Stynes, Editing by Toby Davis)

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