StarTimes Excite Viewers with Live Italian Serie A Matches


Nigeria’s popular Pay TV company, StarTimes will treat subscribers with live coverage of the exciting Italian league matches this weekend featuring multiple Scudeto winners Juvetus hosting Torino at the Juventus Stadium on Saturday while Sampdoria welcomes AC Milan at the Stadio Luigi Ferraris.

Juventus, currently ranked third on the table with 12 points from four games and is behind Inter Milan which has played five games.
The Massimiliano Allegri squad is currently in top form having won all their matches in the current league season.

They defeated Sassuolo 3-1, handed Chievo 3-0 and spanked Genoa 4-2. Their only set back was the 3-0 defeat by Barcelona in their opening Champions league encounter on September 12.

Head-to-head, Juventus has had the upper hand as Torino bowed four times in five games in both home and away matches and drawn once.

This weekend will also see AC Milan clash with Sampdoria on Sunday September 24th. Milan being fifth on the table with nine points from four games have won four and lost once in their last five games while Sampdoria drew two, won two and lost one.

Sampdoria is currently seventh on the table with seven points from three matches.
Head-to-head, Milan has upper hand having beaten Sampdoria three times, drew once and lost once. It will also be interesting to note that over the last twelve meetings between the two sides Milan has won a resounding seven times and in contrast Sampdoria only claimed a single win.

Football analysts predict an interesting game between the four teams in the Italian Serie A this weekend as subscribers can enjoy the sporting action on ST World Football (channel 245) and via the mobile app.

Commenting on the Serie A games, Brands and Marketing Director, StarTimes, Mr. Qasim Elegbede, said StarTimes will not relent to deliver quality sporting contents to its subscribers.

He said StarTimes acquired the broadcast rights of these sporting events, including the FIFA World Cup in over 48 territories in Africa, and other league games such as the Serie A, the Bundesliga, French Ligue 1, Chinese Super League and Eredivisie, to ensure maximum sports entertainment for subscribers across the globe.

StarTimes is the leading digital-TV operator in Africa, covering the entire continent’s population with a massive distribution network of 200 branded halls, 3,000 convenience stores and 5,000 distributors.

The pay TV Company also owns a featured content platform, with 480 authorized channels consisting of news, movies, series, sports, entertainment, children’s programs, fashion and religion.