Serie A matchday 7: Inter vs. Juventus probable lineups - Want to call yourselves the best? Go beat the best

Serie A matchday 7: Inter vs. Juventus probable lineups - Want to call yourselves the best? Go beat the best

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It doesn’t get any better, bigger, more important than this. On Sunday night at a sold-out Meazza stadium, Inter, as league leaders, will welcome the defending Italian champions Juventus whose super attack will try to penetrate the best defensive team in Serie A and one of the best in Europe. One of the main reasons for this great record is Samir Handanovic. The Slovenian goalkeeper currently saves 87% of all the shots directed at his goal. No one has ever had that kind of number at the end of the season in the history of Serie A. Cristiano Ronaldo will initially start on the left side and will immediately find Diego Godin, an enemy of thousand battles of the past years. The Uruguayan is going to need help as he is still trying to getting into the comfort zone in the three-man defense and so Danilo D’Ambrosio helping out here is going to be fundamental.

To complete the defense of Inter will be the usual Stefan De Vrij in the middle and Milan Skriniar on the left side. Kwadwo Asamoah needs to bounce back from a negative performance mid-week against Barcelona. To complete the five-man midfield are Stefano Sensi, Marcelo Brozovic and Nicolo Barella. Up front, it will be up to the duo of Romelu Lukaku and Lautaro Martinez to take on Juventus center-backs Leonardo Bonucci and Matthijs de Ligt.

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