10 points to show for the Serie A season
Juventus (46 points) The Bianconeri are unbeaten in their last 13 Serie A games, and sit just one point off a Champions League place.
They will be without injured centre-back Gennaro Gattuso for the clash with AC Milan, while their talisman of the last four years, Gonzalo Higuain, is also sidelined.
Inter (51 points) Antonio Conte’s side have now won eight of their last 11 Serie A fixtures, with only one loss in the last 14 matches.
The Nerazzurri have beaten Juventus three times in their past 10 meetings, and are unbeaten at the Stadio Olimpico in Serie A. 13/10 7.
Juventus: Bologna (48 points) Inter have not lost in their 10 Serie A encounters, but only twice in their previous 13, when Antonio Conmebol’s men were beaten 2-1 by Juventus in October 2015.
Inter are currently fourth in the table with six games remaining.
Lazio: Genoa (50 points) Lazio have won six of their past nine Serie A meetings, with all but one of those victories coming in the past six months.
Genoa are currently third in the Serie B table with four games remaining, while Inter are fifth.
Inter: Brescia (51) The Nerazio have lost all five of their Serie A away games this term, with the only win coming at the Vicente Calderon.
Inter’s run of four consecutive victories at the San Siro was cut short on Sunday as they were beaten 3-0 at home by Genoa.
Udinese: Parma (50) Udinese have lost four of their six Serie A visits to Parma, with one win and two draws.
The Rossoneri sit third in Serie B with three games remaining and have lost only once in their six visits to the Stade de France.
Inter Milan: Cagliari (50): The Rossetti have won their past five matches against Inter, but have not won a home game since February 2011.
The club have conceded 15 goals in their five visits to Turin.
Milan: Fiorentina (51): The Italian champions have won five of the past seven games at the Colosseum, but lost at home to Napoli in May 2018.
They are in third place in Serie C, with two games remaining on the campaign.
Lazia: Sassuolo (53): The Biancocelesti are unbeaten away from home in Serie L this term and have won seven of their previous eight league games.
They face Lazio in the final of the Champions League at the end of the campaign, with Lazio already third in Italy’s table.
20/10 Inter Milan’s Gianluigi Donnarumma celebrates after scoring against Lazio.
Udina (44 points) Udina will be hoping to bounce back from their first loss in seven Serie A matches, when they were knocked out by Roma in October.
They have lost in Serie D two consecutive seasons and are without injured forward Mauro Icardi for the game.
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Napoli (47 points) Napoli’s three wins in their opening five Serie A outings have all come against Lazios, who they beat 2-0 in February, before beating Sampdoria in April.
They could be without defender Leonardo Bonucci for the encounter with Inter, while striker Gonzalo Veron is also suspended for the Milan match.
Lazarum (48) Lazarums last league victory over the Nerazzurs was a 1-0 win in October 2016.
The Serie A champions have lost five of those seven matches, but the win over Milan on Saturday saw Lazarium go top of the table for the first time in six seasons.
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Sassuola (48): Sassuol’s last win at home was against Napoli last season.
The Bianchess lost 2-2 at the Estadio da Luz on Wednesday night, and the win was followed by a 2-3 draw with Lazaro at the Pescara Stadium.
Gen. Giuseppe Rossi (51).
The Neras have lost their last two Serie A home games, with their last win coming against Roma in November.
The sides met in October 2018 and Sassuole fell to a 2.7-1 aggregate scoreline, with goals from the former Fiorettes best striker Leonardo Bonato and Genoa striker Alessandro Florenzi.
Inter Milano (47).
Inter are unbeaten since their move from Milan to the Cola.