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Match Preview: Inter vs Verona – Probable Lineups, Key Stats & Score Prediction

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Inter will look to end the year on a high note. They will travel to the Stadio Bentegodi to take on Hellas Verona in Serie A.

Inter is currently on a six-game winning streak going into this match.

Verona has impressed everyone thus far by beating Lazio and Atalanta. They also held Juventus and AC Milan to a draw.

Statistics & Encounters

Inter have won 13 times from 17 matches against Verona while four ended in draws.

Verona, who held Inter to a 2-2 draw last season, will be looking to secure their first-ever win against Inter.

Inter defender, Achraf Hakimi has scored at least four goals in his first 13 appearances during his debut season.

Romelu Lukaku has 11 goals so far and sits 1 goal behind Ronaldo for the top scorer’s title.

Verona Serie A form: LWDWLD

Inter Serie A Form: WWWWWW

Suspensions, Injuries, and Team News

Inter will be without Alexis Sanchez, Radja Nainggolan, Andrea Pinamonti, and Matias Vecino. All of whom will miss the match on Wednesday.

Stefano Sensi will be poised to start this game ahead of Roberto Gagliardini. Sensi has made numerous appearances off the bench and looked healthy and sharp.

Verona is facing an injury crisis in all departments. Strikers Nikola Kalinic, Andrea Favilli, and Samuel Di Carmine are out injured.

Midfielder Marco Benassi, who’s nearing his return from the calf injury he sustained over three months ago.

Verona will also be without the suspended Antonin Barak and Rolando Vieria.

Probable Line-Ups

Inter (3-5-2): Handanovic, Skriniar, de Vrij, Bastoni, Hakimi, Barella, Brozovic, Vidal, Young, Lukaku, Martinez

Verona (3-4-2-1): Silvestri, Ceccherini, Gunter, Lovato, Faraoni, Veloso, Tameze, Dimarco, Zaccagni, Lazovic, Salcedo

Prediction

Inter: 2

Verona: 1

Conte will want his team to give absolute 100% against Verona to keep up the Scudetto challenge.

The winning streak and head-to-head comparison are in Inter’s favor. They should be able to brush aside Verona and end the year on a high.