Inter coming off back-to-back draws against Napoli and Spezia respectively but earned crucial points. The League leaders will have to churn another favorable result against Verona during matchday 33.
Inter extended their unbeaten run to 16 matches since their last defeat against Sampdoria in January. Inter’s form has dipped recently which Conte justified in his interview and said: “It’s inevitable to feel a bit of pressure, especially as lots of our players are challenging for something important for the first time.”
Verona is on a 3-game losing streak and is currently 10th in the table. They started the season with flying colors as they beat the likes of Roma, Lazio, and Atalanta. The form has dipped and the wins are far harder to come by for Ivan Juric’s side.
Statistics & Encounters
The reverse fixture ended with a 2-1 victory for Inter thanks to goals from Lautaro and Skriniar.
Inter haven’t been beaten by Verona in the last 29 matches at the San Siro. (W18, D11)
Inter has won 15 times against Verona with 4 draws. Their last loss to Verona came back in 1992.
Inter has the second-best attack in the league with 71 goals. Only Atalanta has more with 73. The defense is joint best with Juventus with 29 goals conceded.
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Inter’s Form Guide: W-W-W-D-D
Verona’s Form Guide: L-W-L-L-L
Suspensions, Injuries & Team News
Kolarov and Vidal are the likely suspects for Inter to miss out due to injuries.
There no suspensions, injuries to report for Inter otherwise therefore Conte will the entire squad at his disposal for this match.
Verona has plenty of players that may be doubtful for this game due to injuries. Ronaldo Viera, Miguel Veloso, Benassi, and Ceccherini are the likely players to miss out.
Inter (3-5-2): Handanovic, Skriniar, De Vrij, Bastoni, Hakimi, Barella, Brozovic, Eriksen, Perisic, Lautaro, Lukaku
Verona (3-4-2-1): Silverstri, Dawidowicz, Gunter, Di Marco, Faraoni, Tameze, Ilic, Lazovic, Barak, Bessa, Lasagna