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Thursday December 3 2020
Liveblog: Europa League MD5

Join us for the build-up and action as it happens from the Europa League, as Milan host Celtic, Napoli have a decider with AZ Alkmaar and Roma take on Young Boys.

If you are on a mobile device or tablet, then follow the Liveblog HERE.

We begin at 17.55 GMT at San Siro, where Milan can secure their spot in the Europa League Round of 32 against already-eliminated Celtic.

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Thursday December 3 2020
EL: Milan comeback crushes Celtic

Milan recovered from a nightmare start, including Simon Kjaer’s injury, to beat Celtic 4-2 and reach the Europa League Round of 32.

Follow all the action as it happens from this game, AZ Alkmaar-Napoli and Roma-Young Boys on the LIVEBLOG.

The Rossoneri needed a win and for Lille to beat Sparta Prague in order to book their spot in the Europa League knockouts a game early.

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Thursday December 3 2020
Maldini: 'Europa League more physical'

Paolo Maldini warns the Europa League is ‘more physical than tactical’ and can cause Milan problems, including against Celtic today.

It kicks off at 17.55 GMT, click here for the line-ups and LIVEBLOG.

A victory this evening, and Lille beating Sparta Prague, would qualify both teams for the Round of 32.

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Thursday December 3 2020
Theo Hernandez: 'Happy Pioli is back'

Theo Hernandez says Milan are ‘happy’ coach Stefano Pioli is back on the bench against Celtic in the Europa League.

It kicks off at 17.55 GMT, click here for the line-ups and LIVEBLOG.

“We know it is a difficult match, but we are in good shape and must give our all, because a victory this evening could consolidate our position,” the full-back told Sky Sport Italia.

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Thursday December 3 2020
Line-ups: Milan v Celtic

Milan look to Hakan Calhanoglu, Samu Castillejo, Jens Petter Hauge and Ante Rebic against Celtic in the Europa League.

It kicks off at 17.55 GMT, follow the build-up and action as it happens on the LIVEBLOG.

The Rossoneri need a win this evening and for Lille to beat Sparta Prague in order to secure their place in the Round of 32.

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Thursday December 3 2020
Donati: 'Milan mentally ahead of Celtic'

Former Milan and Celtic midfielder Massimo Donati said the Rossoneri have a ‘mental’ advantage ahead of the Europa League clash at San Siro tonight.

The 39-year-old moved to Celtic from Milan in July 2007 and won the League and the League Cup during two seasons with the Scottish giants.

Donati, who only played 27 competitive games for the Diavolo after his move from Atalanta in July 2001, thinks the Diavolo are favourites against Neil Lennon’s men tonight.

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Thursday December 3 2020
Probable line-ups: Milan-Celtic

Milan seem set to give Rade Krunic and Jens Petter Hauge the nod against Celtic in the Europa League tonight.

The match kicks off at 17.55 UK time.

Stefano Pioli har recovered from COVID-19 and should be back in the dugout tonight, as Milan continue to fight for a place in the last-32 of the Europa League.

The Rossoneri face a struggling Celtic looking to turn their season around, but the home side at San Siro sit second in Group H and are not secured a place in the knockout stages yet.

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Wednesday December 2 2020
Donati: 'Celtic players to watch'

Massimo Donati played for both Milan and Celtic, so gives some advice on who to watch out for in the Europa League tomorrow.

The teams meet at San Siro on Thursday evening, although the Scottish side are already out of the running for qualification.

“Among the strengths at Celtic, they have some important and talented individuals, but it’s fair to say they have a lot of problems at the moment,” Donati told MilanNews.it.

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Wednesday December 2 2020
Lennon: 'Celtic can do well at Milan'

Celtic manager Neil Lennon remains ‘confident we can put in a good performance’ against Milan in the Europa League tomorrow.

It kicks off at San Siro at 17.55 GMT, with the Scottish side already eliminated in last place.

This early European exit and recent poor performances domestically have prompted fan protests.

“I'll still try and put a strong team out and see how the game goes and maybe give the squad some much-needed game time as well,” said Lennon in his press conference.

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Wednesday December 2 2020
Pioli warns Milan about Celtic

Stefano Pioli expects Celtic to be ‘determined’ and insists The Hoops can create trouble for Milan.

Neil Lennon’ side are 11 points off table leaders Rangers in the Scotland Premier League and lost the derby 2-0 back in October.

They were eliminated from the Scottish League Cup at hands of Ross Country on Sunday but Stefano Pioli doesn’t want his men to underestimate their next Europa League opponents.

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