Cristiano Ronaldo's Home Debut: TV Channel, Live Stream Info, Odds for Juventus vs Lazio

Cristiano Ronaldo will make his home debut for Juventus on August 25, as the Bianconeri take on Lazio in their second game in Serie A of the season.

The Portuguese had his first taste of Italian soccer last week, as Juventus came from 2-1 down to clinch a last-minute 3-2 win away against Chievo Verona.

Fans in the U.S. wanting to watch Ronaldo make his Allianz Stadium bow can choose from the following options.

Kick-off time: 12 p.m.

TV Channels: ESPN 2, ESPN Deportes

Live streaming: ESPN Player, fuboTV and Sling Blue

Odds: Bet365 has Juventus at 4-11, while the draw is at 4-1 and Lazio are 15-2.

Match preview

Ronaldo's highly anticipated Serie A debut last week saw him fail to score, and Juventus looked far more dangerous once he was moved out wide on the left to allow Mario Mandzukic to play through the middle.

Despite some concerns over his fitness, the Portuguese will be in the starting XI.

"Cristiano is set to play tomorrow," Juventus coach Massimiliano Allegri told reporters.

"It's important to bear in mind, however, that our forwards are the players who've had the least amount of pre-season training, so they need to be managed with care.

"Cristiano is always striving for more. He's highly competitive in everything he does."

The last time Ronaldo played at the Allianz Stadium, he was still a Real Madrid player and he scored with a sensational overhead kick, which received a standing ovation from Juventus supporters.

Shortly after signing for the Serie A giants, Ronaldo revealed that reaction had played a major role in convincing him to join Juventus.

"I believe that Cristiano's goal at Allianz Stadium in last season's Champions League has helped to build a strong rapport and significant mutual respect between himself and the fans," Allegri added.

"I think it had an influence in his choice to join Juventus."

Cristiano Ronaldo during the Serie A match between Chievo Verona and Juventus at Stadio Marc'Antonio Bentegodi on August 18 in Verona. Marco Luzzani/Getty Images

Lazio, meanwhile, arrive in Turin on the back of a 2-1 defeat at home to Napoli. Having taken the lead through Ciro Immobile, Simone Inzaghi's men were pegged back by a goal from Arkadiusz Milik late in the first half, before Lorenzo Insigne scored the winner for last season's Serie A runners-up midway through the second.

Facing last season's top two teams in the first two games of the season is as daunting a start to the campaign as any, but Lazio can at least take solace in the fact they won in their previous visit to the Allianz Stadium, beating Juventus 2-1 in October last year.

The Biancocelesti have scored in 23 of their last 24 Serie A games on the road and will hope to extend their streak against the defending champions, who have found the net in the last 19 meetings against Lazio.