Juventus vs Inter Milan live stream and match preview, Sunday 6 November, 7:45pm GMT
Juventus vs Inter Milan live stream and match preview
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Both Juventus and Inter Milan have started their Serie A campaigns relatively slowly compared to league leaders Napoli, but the giants are starting to climb back up towards the head of the table with some improved performances in recent weeks.
Juventus are currently sitting seventh in the league after 12 games played, with 22 points. They have won four of their last five Serie A games, and all season they have only actually lost twice in the league. Too many draws, though, leaves them in the position they are.
They'll also face Inter looking to bounce back from a disappointing midweek. While their exit from this season's Champions League was already confirmed ahead of their Wednesday fixture with PSG, a 2-1 loss ensured they would be dropping into the Europa League without some respite.
Meanwhile, Inter are sitting sixth in the table, two points ahead of Juve. The Milan side haven't drawn a league game all season, winning eight and losing four times so far. They're currently in a rich vein of form across all competitions as well.
Despite losing to Bayern Munich 2-0 in their midweek Champions League match, prior to that Inter had won six times, drawn once and lost once in the eight games they played in October.
Romelu Lukaku, Dalbert and Danilo D'Ambrosio are all injured for Inter - but it is Juve who are badly hit by players being on the sidelines. Paul Pogba, Mattia De Sciglio, Bremer, Dusan Vlahovic, Leandro Paredes, Weston McKennie and Moise Kean are all on the treatment table and out of this fixture, many of whom would likely start for the Old Lady if fully fit.
Inter Milan: LWWWW
Daniele Doveri will be the referee for Juventus vs Inter Milan.
Juventus vs Inter Milan will be played at the Juventus Stadium.
Juventus' game against Inter Milan will be the final Serie A match of the weekend, with the Rome derby between Roma and Lazio proceeding the clash.
Kick-off and channel
Kick-off is at 7:45pm BST on Sunday 6 November and the game is being shown live on BT Sport 1 (opens in new tab) in the UK. See below for international broadcast options.
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