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Date: Tuesday, July 18

Time: 12:20 p.m. BST/7:20 a.m. ET/7:20 p.m. local time

Venue: Guangzhou Higher Education Mega Center Central Stadium, Guangzhou

Live Stream: Premier Sports (UK), Watch ESPN (U.S.)

TV Info: Premier Sports (UK), ESPN Deportes (U.S.)

AC Milan vs. Borussia Dortmund live stream

AC Milan and Borussia Dortmund will kick off the Chinese leg of the 2017 International Champions Cup on Tuesday, as the titans of Italy and Germany, respectively, step up their preparations ahead of the 2017-18 season.

Two of Europe’s best-known football institutions will collide in a battle to see who stands in better shape this summer, as well as offering both teams the chance to test out some of their newest assets.

Milan have been extremely busy this summer and recently completed the signing of Juventus and Italy centre-back Leonardo Bonucci, per ESPN FC’s Sumeet Paul, the latest addition to their €175 million (£153 million) splurge.

Tuesday’s fixture will be Dortmund’s only participation in this year’s International Champions Cup, while the Rossoneri are scheduled to play another German foe, Bayern Munich, in Shenzhen on Sunday.

Read on for a preview of the 2017 International Champions Cup opener, complete with live-stream information and all the essential fixture details.

Preview

A new dawn beckons for Milan at the San Siro after the club’s Chinese owners displayed an early intent to stockpile the squad with a higher grade of player.

However, it seems unlikely Montella will be able to call upon last season’s UEFA Champions League finalist so soon after his transfer was completed.

The Germany international missed more than three months due to a metabolic disorder and will be seeking his first start since then against Milan.

One starlet to watch out for in particular will be Dortmund’s Turkish maestro Emre Mor, who came off the bench to score twice in three minutes against Urawa and will be hoping for a starting berth against Montella’s men.

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