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On Thursday, the Italian powerhouses Juventus and AC Milan will step up their preparations for the upcoming season as they compete against one another in California. Both clubs are looking to improve on challenging campaigns in the previous two seasons.

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where to watch Juventus vs AC Milan on tv

On Thursday, the Italian powerhouses Juventus and AC Milan will step up their preparations for the upcoming season as they compete against one another in California. Both clubs are looking to improve on challenging campaigns in the previous two seasons.

Milan made their comeback to action on Sunday against Real Madrid at the Rose Bowl, while Juve's match against Barcelona was postponed because of an illness that affected several members of Barcelona's squad.

When it became clear that Barcelona would not be able to play the high-profile match that was scheduled to take place at Levi's Stadium the previous week, the Juventus team was forced to postpone the game that was supposed to serve as the opening match of their preseason schedule against the team that won the most recent season of La Liga.

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Since the Bianconeri have had a disappointing year both on and off the field, head coach Max Allegri would have been eager to get the preparations for the new term off to a strong start in Santa Clara, but instead his players went back to training.

In the previous season, Juventus was penalized 10 points for financial violations, and as a result, they finished seventh in Serie A, 28 points behind the team that ended up winning the Scudetto. As a consequence of this, the Turin club was expelled from the Europa Conference League for an entire year, in addition to receiving a ban from participating in European competition.

As a result, Allegri is focusing his attention on regaining his form in the Italian Serie A over the next several months in addition to making a run at the Coppa Italia in this unusual period of time when there is no other continental competition.

After facing a more recognizable adversary on Thursday evening, Juventus will face Real Madrid in the United States as part of their preseason preparations for their first league match, which will take place away at Udinese the following month.

New contract inking Tim Weah is expected to start against Milan, a team that Juventus was defeated by twice in the league during the previous campaign. However, Juan Cuadrado and Angel Di Maria have already left the club this summer, and rumors continue to circulate that big-money signing Dusan Vlahovic may soon follow in their footsteps.

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