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Juventus vs Udinese: LIVE Stream And TV Channel Info

Juventus vs Udinese: LIVE Stream And TV Channel Info

Juventus host Udinese on Sunday and here's how to watch all the action LIVE in the United Kingdom.

Maurizio Sarri's side lost their first game of the season last weekend after falling to 3-1 defeat against Lazio.

Here's how to watch all the action LIVE on Sunday.

What TV channel is it on?

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Premier Sports have the exclusive rights to air the Serie A in the UK.

Premier Sports 1 will show the action LIVE in the UK.

Viewers can also stream the action online at www.premierplayer.tv.

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Sky and Virgin Media customers can add the channels to their existing packages from £11.99 per month.

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Kick-off is 2pm UK time on Sunday afternoon.

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The players will be kicking off at 3pm Italian time.

What are the other fixtures this weekend?

Gennaro Gattuso takes charge of his first Napoli game as they face Parma in Saturday's stand out game.

There are five other game on Sunday with a key game being league leaders Inter Milan travelling to Fiorentina.

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Monday's game sees Cagliari welcome Lazio.

Featured Image Credit: PA

Topics: Udinese, Serie A, live, Juventus

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