Inter Milan vs Juventu Possible lineups, Team news, TV Chnnel & prediction for Serie-A 2023/24


The Serie A title may not be decided after 90 minutes this weekend as Inter and Juventus meet at the San Siro on Sunday, but we could very well lose it.

A gap opened up at the top of Italy’s top flight and both clubs pulled away from the rest of the field. Inter lead Juventus by a point and have a game in hand, with third-placed AC Milan seven points behind the two leaders.

Juventus had a chance to take the points lead last weekend, but Empoli held them to a draw after playing 75 minutes a man down. If they fail to pick up points here, they could be relegated and Inter were chasing the Scudetto.

Inter have not suffered a league defeat since the end of September, when their 2-1 defeat at Sassuolo was their only defeat in Serie A so far. A similar record is held by Juventus, whose only loss of the league season also came at Sassuolo just days before.

Team news

The only injury Inter have to deal with at this stage of the season is Juan Cuadrado’s season-ending Achilles problem, with surgery expected to keep him out until March or April.

Otherwise, Simone Inzaghi has his entire team at his disposal. Federico Demarco was rested after the 1-0 win over Fiorentina last weekend, while Hakan Calhanoglu and Nicolo Barrella were suspended, but all three should be back.

Juventus will be without Arkadiusz Milik for the next three games after he was sent off early in last weekend’s draw with Empoli. That will likely see Kenan Yildiz return to the line-up alongside in-form striker Dusan Vlahovic, with Federico Chiesa still fit enough to make the bench.

Midfielder Adrien Rabiot has missed the last two games with a calf injury and while he is pushing for a return in this game, he has only now returned to training at an individual level.

Inter Milan(3-5-2): Sommer (GK) — Pavard, de Vrij, Bastoni — Darmian, Barella, Calhanoglu, Mkhitaryan, Dimarco — Thuram, L. Martinez.

Juventus (3-5-2): Szczesny (GK) — Gatti, Bremer, Sandro — Cambiaso, McKennie, Locatelli, Miretti, Kostic — Yildiz, Vlahovic.

prediction: Inter 2 – 1 Juventus

What time does Inter vs Juventus kick off?

This massive Serie A match between the top two sides in the standings kicks off at the San Siro on Sunday, February 4 at 8:45 p.m. local time in Milan, Italy.

Inter vs Juventus: TV Channel, Live Streaming

Argentina: Star+, ESPN2 Argentina
Australia: beIN Sports Connect beIN, SPORTS 3
Belgium: DAZN Belgium, Play Sports, Eleven Sports 1 Belgium
Brazil: ESPN, Star+, NOW NET and Claro, GUIGO
Canada: fuboTV Canada, TLN, LIVE
Croatia: Arena Sport 4 Croatia
Denmark: TV2 Play, Denmark TV2 Sport
France: beIN Sports 1, Free, beIN SPORTS CONNECT
Germany: DAZN Germany
Ghana: SuperSport Variety 3, SuperSport GOtv Select 1, DStv Now, Canal+ Sport 1 Afrique
Greece: Cosmote Sport 2 HD
India: JioTV, Sports18, Sports 18 HD
Indonesia: beIN Sports Connect Indonesia, beIN Sports 1 Indonesia Vidio
International: Onefootball, Bet365
Ireland: discovery+ App, TNT Sports 1, discovery+
Italy: DAZN Italy Zone, SKY Go Italia 214 DAZN
Jamaica: ESPNPlay Caribbean
Malaysia: sooka, beIN Sports 3 Malaysia, beIN Sports Connect Malaysia
Mexico: Star+, ESPN Mexico
Netherlands: Ziggo Sport Voetbal
Nigeria: SuperSport GOtv Select 1, SuperSport Variety 3, Canal+ Sport 1 Afrique
Norway: VG+
Philippines: beIN Sports Connect Philippines
Poland: Eleven Sports 1 Poland
Portugal: Sport TV Multiscreen, Sport TV2
Saudi Arabia: STARZPLAY
Serbia: Arena 2 Premium
Singapore: beIN Sports Connect Singapore
South Africa: SuperSport GOtv Select 1, SuperSport Football, DStv App, MáXimo 360
Spain: Movistar Champions League, Movistar+
Sweden: TV4 Play, TV4 Football
Switzerland: Blue Sport, Blue Sport D 1
United Arab Emirates: STARZPLAY, Abu Dhabi Sports 1
United Kingdom: TNT Sports 1, discovery+, discovery+ App
USA: Paramount+

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