Inter Milan are still pushing hard to finish ahead of city rivals AC and secure third spot and Champions League football when they welcome Juventus in the big clash of the weekend in Serie A. Juventus may have been crowned champions last week for a ninth consecutive occasion, however don’t bet against the Turin giants taking their foot off the gas as a result, especially Ronaldo who sits on 19 goals and is hunting down top of the scoring charts Fabio Quagliarella who has 22. Another Form Labs betting preview and tips coming your way with plenty of value to back it up with our massive selection of enhanced odds.
Juve Back To Winning Ways
After three games without a win in all competitions, Juve resumed normal service with a 2-1 success over Fiorentina on home turf to claim the Scudetto.
However, the Viola have practically downed tools since the beginning of March as their season has fizzled out, while it was hardly plain sailing for the Old Lady as they went behind after just six minutes and they were nowhere near their convincing best.
Inter Milan Recent Form
Inter could only manage a draw hosting Roma last weekend, but with Milan faltering as well at Parma, the five-point cushion remains intact and they’re edging closer to another season of Champions League football.
However, that does leave them four games without a win on home turf across all tournaments, during which time they netted just once, even if they were difficult fixtures against Eintracht Frankfurt, Lazio, Atalanta and Roma.
Juve are a further step up in quality though and we couldn’t get behind the Nerazzurri when they’re priced as favourites.
Inter v Juventus Betting Tips
Although Luciano Spalletti’s side have struggled for output against the better sides they’ve faced, they haven’t been leaky at the back either.
They’ve only conceded more than one goal on the single occasion in 22 home games across all competitions since the start of September, which in addition to those recent outings, this includes matches with the likes of Spurs, Milan, Barcelona and Napoli.
11 of Inter’s 14 home games across all competitions since the start of December have seen fewer than three goals, and with three of the last four head-to-head meetings between these two sides seeing just one goal or less since 2017, we’re not expecting plenty of fireworks.
Against the top eight in the league (those realistically challenging for European spots), Juve have only scored more than twice in one of 10 matches this term.
Although they won all but one of these games, they’ve haven’t triumphed by more than one strike in any of the last seven.
They’ve rather relied upon Cristiano Ronaldo for goals (he has 19), with no one else registering doubles figures as the next best are Mario Mandzukic with eight and Moise Kean with six.
Ronaldo’s attempts to lure the Champions League to Turin may have faltered, but he’s personally been as effective as ever, single headedly dragging them back from the brink against Atletico and netting in both legs with Ajax.
He’s only fourth in the goalscoring charts in Serie A though, three behind Sampdoria veteran Fabio Quagliarella, and will be desperate to finish the season with another personal accolade to his name.
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