Juventus vs Inter Milan Live : Juventus vs Inter Milan Live Stream Online Watch Juventus or Inter Milan sits on top of the Serie A table heading into the next international break As it stands, Juventus is currently in second place in the league with 16 points through the first 6 matches of the year. They have won their last 4 matches overall since dropping points in back to back matches against Fiorentina and Atletico Madrid.
Inter Milan is currently leading Serie A, winning all 6 matches they’ve played in Serie A, but they are actually the only team of the 2 who has actually tasted defeat this season. They suffered the defeat on Wednesday when they squandered a 1-0 lead to eventually lose 2-1 in Barcelona.
Juventus is in the same situation they were on Tuesday, with Giorgio Chiellini, Mattia De Sciglio, Douglas Costa, and Danilo all still unavailable. They’ll have the rest of their squad available and remain in their 4-3-1-2 formation as they attempt to take 1st place back from Inter Milan.
The San Siro plays host to the biggest game in Europe this weekend as perfect Inter welcome reigning champions Juve for I Derby D’Italia. This clash is not only huge for the present and future of the Serie A, but equally previous match ups have thrown up some classic viewing.
Liverpool will open up its Champions League title defense on Tuesday against a fun if not challenging opponent. Napoli, recently bolstered by signing Hirving Lozano, will host the Reds in the opening match of Group E play. Given that the other two teams in the group are Red Bull Salzburg and Genk, this could be the most compelling head-to-head match the group offers.
Liverpool looks dominant so far in the Premier League season, and that bodes well for the team’s Champions League chances as well — though Manchester City is still favored to win. For the Reds, going to Napoli will be the toughest test of the six group stage matches before them, and they may be in no better form to handle business. Sadio Mane, Roberto Firmino, and Mo Salah are still the most exciting attacking trio in world club soccer, even though Barcelona’s among the teams trying to match that.
Napoli, meanwhile, got a brace from Dries Martens last week, helping it keep pace with Inter Milan, Juventus, and a bit surprisingly, Bologna in the Serie A race. Hirving Lozano, who looked solid for Mexico during the recent international break, adds an extra dimension to Napoli’s attack and should test a very sturdy Reds defense.
The Champions League is back! Last year, Liverpool beat Tottenham Hotspur in an all-English final in Madrid. This year, a number of teams have a realistic shot at the title. While Liverpool looks well-positioned to defend its title, oddsmakers actually have Premier League title rivals Manchester City as slight favorites, with two reloaded La Liga giants, Barcelona and Real Madrid, and perennial continental champs Bayern Munich, PSG, and Juventus in the mix as well. While the round of 16 is where the competition really heats up, the Champions League group stage offers some compelling matches right out of the gate.