Kenyan Media Max-owned television network K24 has confirmed the football match they will be bringing live today. Through their Facebook page, K24 has confirmed that it will air live the Seria A match between Udinese and Juventus.
Udinese will host Juventus at 7:30 pm in their first Seria A match in the 2021/22 season. This is the first Seria A match K24 will be airing after only airing the Premier League last season.
There will also be other big matches today in the English Premier League where Manchester United will go against Southampton in their second Premier League fixture. The Red Devils started their campaign well last weekend after thrashing Leeds United 5-1 and they will be looking to keep their decent form at St. Mary's stadium.
New Tottenham coach Nuno Esparito Santo will be going against his former side Wolves in another mouth-watering clash. The match starts at 4 p.m.
The biggest game of the weekend will be when Chelsea visit the Emirates Stadium to face their London counterparts Arsenal. Thomas Tuchel will be looking to get his second Premier League win after defeating Crystal Palace last weekend while Mikel Arteta will be looking for Arsenal's first points this season.
Who do you think will win?
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