Where to find Lazio vs. Roma on US TV and streaming If you’re trying to find out how you can watch Lazio vs. Roma in Serie A, you’ve come to the right place, which you can also stream to your TV.
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Here are all of the details of where you can watch it via legal streaming:
Who: Lazio vs. Roma
What: Serie A, gameweek 2
When: Game kicks off at Noon ET / 9am PT; Sunday, September 1, 2019
Where: Live on ESPN2, ESPN Deportes, Sling Orange, Hulu Live and AT&T TV Now (free trial)
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Despite it only being matchday two, derby week is upon us; the earliest it has ever happened. With that in mind, an early season game that normally wouldn’t take on much significance will be taken to another level. Mangers and players will be under the microscope, putting just a little added pressure on Paulo Fonseca and his squad. After last week’s 3-3 draw against Genoa, Fonseca will look to get things right this week to win his first Derby della Capitale, so, expect some changes to the starting XI.
Similar to last week, the Giallorossi have a fairly clean bill of health. The only absences through injury will again be Leonardo Spinazzola and Diego Perotti. Additionally, Fonseca hinted that Jordan Veretout is fit enough to go from the start if he chooses to deploy the Frenchman. Newcomer Chris Smalling will also be included in the matchday squad, even though it’s highly unlikely he plays.
Roma will of course line up in Fonseca’s preferred 4-2-3-1 formation; one that brought great results in attack last week. However, on the defensive side of the ball there’s much room for improvement. With this in mind, expect to see changes in the rearguard, despite his words of encouragement for last week’s public enemy #1: Juan Jesus.