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If Juventus are going to have any realistic hope of challenging for the Scudetto as the end of the season draws closer, they surely have to win this one.
There’s not much splitting the pair in the market, with Inter Milan just edging favouritism at 8/5 (bet365), while Juventus are available at 9/5 (888sport).
The Old Lady did get knocked out of the Champions League by Villarreal just before the international break, but they extended their unbeaten run in Serie A with victory over Salernitana shortly after that.
Inter Milan continue to be in slightly patchy form - or at least for their usual standards - and two draws on the spin has left them six points behind league leaders and city rivals AC Milan, although they do have a game in hand.
Read on for our match preview and reliable football betting tips.
Just like the market suggests, there’s a lot pointing towards this being a close contest. Juventus haven’t tasted defeat in the league since they lost to Atalanta back in November, and they’ve looked very solid in that time.
The Nerazzurri have just two wins in their last nine Serie A matches, and Simone Inzaghi’s men have gone cold right when the battle for Scudetto is really heating up. They’re still very much in the fight, though, and even though wins for them have been at a premium lately, their performances haven’t been too bad.
On the road, Inter have drawn all of their last five domestic matches, and given they’re coming up against a side who are proving hard to get the better of, we could see the points shared. All of those five games in question saw two goals or fewe, and the same can be said for Juventus’ last ten home matches in Serie A.
So, with these things in mind, our Juventus vs Inter Milan match tip is Draw And Under 2.5 Goals at odds of 10/3 (SportNation).
The Serie A latest odds have Juventus at 12/1 to win the Scudetto this season. Those odds will certainly shorten with victory here, but their title chances do still look a bit slim given three other teams are currently better placed than them.
Regardless, their current sixteen-game unbeaten run in the league is a representation of what great progress they’ve made since their woes earlier in the campaign.
A 3-0 home loss to Villarreal in the Champions League was certainly an off-night for Massimiliano Allegri’s side, but they promptly returned to winning ways against basement boys Salernitana, and full focus will be on a late title charge.
However, Luca Pellegrini will miss this one due to suspension. Also on the sidelines for the hosts are Marley Ake, Kaio Jorge and Weston McKennie - all through injury.
There’s been a lack of that usual Inter cutting edge in the last few months from Inzaghi’s men, and things don't get much easier here against a Juventus team who aren’t easy to break down.
The Nerazzurri will feel fortunate to still be so close to the top after a run of form that has seen them win just once in their last seven Serie A outings.
They are unbeaten in their last six games in all competitions but steadying the ship slightly has seen them draw more games than they’d like to as they seek back-to-back Scudettos.
Matias Vecino is likely to be back in time for selection after the Uruguayan tested positive for COVID-19 last week. Inzaghi has a fully fit squad to choose from otherwise.
This will be the 69th meeting between the two sides. Juventus have the better of the head-to-head record with 31 wins compared to Inter’s 16 victories.
They’ve already crossed paths twice this term. It was a 1-1 draw at the San Siro in the league, before a late Alexis Sanchez goal in extra time saw the Nerazzurri take the Italian Super Cup in January.
The Allianz Stadium was built on the site of Juventus’ former ground, the Stadio delle Alpi in 2011.
It holds a maximum of 41,507 fans and achieves a much better atmosphere than its predecessor. The Stadio delle Alpi was never that popular with supporters due to poor sightlines, as well as an unsightly athletics track that meant the crowd weren’t particularly close to the action. The Allianz Stadium solves those issues and provides a much more intimate match day experience.
Here we have another pivotal game in the Serie A title race. Games are running out for the Old Lady, but they will still be hanging on to a bit of hope that they can get involved - especially if they manage a victory here.
Inter Milan don’t come into the game with much momentum, but the international break probably came at a perfect time. That said, Juventus are on a long unbeaten run in the league so they won’t be easy to overhaul, and a close and cagey game could await.