Tomorrow Inter have the chance against Hellas Verona to put a second victory in a row in Serie A since last December. A victory at San Siro (match begins at 12.00 EST time) will put the neroazurri back on track to an Scudetto challenge.
Inter Recent Form
There is no Inter fan who in the lasts weeks/months hasn’t had feel disappointment and anxiety because of Inter performances. At the beginning of February Inter had a lead of 4 points (with one game in hand) against Milan and Napoli. After the defeat in Il Derby Della Madonnina and two months of really bad results Inter is behind Milan by 4 points (still with a game in hand). However, our recent miraculous victory against Juventus in Turin gives us some hope that we can recover a decent form. Only like this we can win the last streak of games that are left and challenge for the scudetto until the last matchday.
Inter against Hellas Statistics
Hellas Verona is not an easy team to play with. Since Ivan Juric was in charge of the team in 2019 the gialloblu have become in a tough team who always tries to press high even against stronger teams. This hasn’t change with Igor Tudor. Also Hellas has a very decent squad with talented players like Simeone, Barak, Caprari, Lazovic and others. However, in the 14 encounters between both sides, Inter has won 11 matches, with 3 draws and 0 wins of Verona side to complete the list. In fact, since 2019/2020 Inter has an almost impeccable record with 4 wins and one draw.
Hellas Verona sits now in the 9th position in the league and has nothing to fight for being 7 points far from the European spots and more than 20 points ahead the relegation positions.
Inter’s Form: W-D-D-W-D
Hellas’ Form: W-D-L-D-W
Suspensions and Injuries
For Inter only Lautaro Martinez will be suspendes for this match because of yellow cards accumulation. Stefan De Vrij has been reported to be back for this game as a starter.
Hellas Verona has no sanctioned player. Dawidowicz, Coppola and both backup Goalkeepers Pandur and Berardi are with injury. Antonin Barack is returning from a flu.
Inter (3-5-2): Handanovic, Skriniar, De Vrij, Bastoni, Dumfries, Barella, Brozovic, Perisic, Correa and Dzeko
Hellas Verona (3-4-2-1): Montipó, Ceccherini, Günter, Casale, Lazovic, Ilic, Tameze, Faraoni, Caprari, Barak and Simeone.
Inter have the undeniable obligation to win this match. We will play at home with 60 thousand throats supporting our guys. Is a must win. No excuses admitted.
Hellas Verona: 1