Inter Milan v Benfica live streaming UCL

The stakes are set high for the second matchday, with Inter’s tie against Real Sociedad and Benfica’s defeat to Salzburg.

Inter, fresh from a decisive 4-0 victory against Salernitana, are the anticipated favorites.

Last season saw Inter Milan nearly clinching the title, making it to the finals but eventually succumbing to Manchester City.

Continuing with their strong form, Martinez’s stunning hat-trick led Inter Milan to a dominant victory over Salernitana in Serie A, ensuring their top spot.

Meanwhile, Benfica had a less than ideal start, having been defeated by RB Salzburg.

They now face the challenging prospect of playing at the Stadio Giuseppe Meazza (San Siro).

What TV Channel can I watch the game?

For UK viewers, the match will be streamed live on Discovery+ and the Discovery App. For the US audience, the coverage is on Paramount+.

You can also us Bet365 and their live TV service:

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Country-wise Broadcasting Channels:

  • UK: Discovery+, Discovery App
  • USA: Paramount+
  • South Africa: SuperSport Variety 2
  • Portugal: TVI, Eleven Sports 1
  • Canada: DAZN
  • Australia: Stan Sport

Match Information

  • Date: 3rd October 2023
  • Kick-off: 8:00 PM UK Time
  • Tournament: UEFA Champions League 2023/24
  • Venue: Stadio Giuseppe Meazza

Inter Milan Form:

Inter’s blazing season start saw a brief dip with a draw in their opening UCL match, followed by a league loss to Sassuolo. A slip against Benfica could intensify the challenges in a group they were tipped to dominate.

Salernitana (W), Sassuolo (L), Empoli (W), Real Sociedad (D), AC Milan (W).

SL Benfica Form:

Benfica, on the other hand, enjoyed a victory over Porto recently, marking their sixth straight win in Liga Portugal this season.

FC Porto (W), Portimonense (W), Red Bull Salzburg (L), Vizela (W), Vitoria Guimaraes (W).