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Match Preview: Inter vs Udinese – Lineups, Stats, & Prediction

Inter VS Udinese
This is the first time Inter take on Udinese this season

Inter will face Udinese in the last game of the 2020/21 Serie A season. A historic and dominant season by Inter is coming to an end.

The champions of Italy embarked on this journey during the unprecedented and uncertain Covid-19 outbreak last year. A season that was going to challenge every aspect of the team in terms of health, following protocols, and financial instability.

Antonio Conte had set his sights on the Scudetto even before the season started. With only 1 goal in mind, the entire team backed their coach and his mission.

Inter achieved this great feat with 4 games to spare with numerous broken records along the way.  

The last game against Udinese is a home game at the San Siro, Milan. The city will rejoice once again when Inter is officially handed the Serie A trophy.

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Statistics & Encounters

Inter has lost only once in the last 12 Serie A matches against Udinese. They have collected 9 wins in this span.

The head-to-head record favors Inter with 47 wins compared to Udinese’s 21,  there have been 27 draws. 

The Nerazzurri will be the first team in Serie A history to cross the milestone of 3,000 games in the competition: the Nerazzurri have so far obtained 1,495 wins, 834 draws, and 670 defeats.

The reverse fixture ended in a 0-0 draw at the Fruili.

Udinese has been in poor form lately, they have collected only 1 point in their last 5 games.

Suspensions, Injuries & Team News

Aleksander Kolarov and Alexis Sanchez are the only missing players for Inter. The rest of the squad is available for selection.

Udinese will be without Deulofeu, Arslan, and De Maio for this fixture.

Probable Line-ups

Inter (3-5-2): Radu, D’Ambrosio, Ranocchia, Bastoni, Hakimi, Gagliardini, Eriksen, Vecino, Young, Pinamonti, Martinez

Udinese (3-5-2): Musso, Becao, Bonifazi, Samir, Wallace, Molina, De Paul, Makengo, Larson, Pereyra, Okaka


Inter: 4

Udinese: 1