Match of the week: Inter - Milan
Updated: Apr 20, 2022
By cy.Reporter, 19 April, 2022
Inter Milan, Italian Cup semifinals, second phase 0-0, stadium: "Giuseppe Meazza", 22:00
Inter and Milan are facing each other for the second match of the semi-final phase that leads to the final of the Italian cup. The two opponents came to a draw without a score in the first match and the chances of qualifying for the final are divided, with the hosts wanting the victory and the visitors scoring the important away goal.
Inter comes from three consecutive victories in the Italian championship and is two points behind the champion Milan, however it has one game less which if it wins it will be at the top. Thus, after the championship, Milan is again this year's obstacle for the cup final and the path to the double.
Milan returned to victories in the last match against Genoa. The other team from Milan returned to the positive results and together the positive psychology returned in view of today's match. Milan wants to qualify for the final of the Italian Cup and this time to celebrate the qualification against Inter, which had eliminated it last year.
Plus and minus
+ It is undefeated in its last three home matches.
-It has conceded in three of the five matches at home
+ It has just lost one of its last five matches for the Italian Cup
- Away has only one victory in the last five games of the Italian Cup.
In the last five matches in all competitions he has three wins and two draws
In the last five matches, Milan has three wins and two draws
In all three of Inter's five matches, both teams have scored
Less than 2.5 goals have been scored in four of Inter's last five games
In the last five matches of Milan, less than 2.5 goals have been scored.
In 71 matches Inter has 27 wins, 20 matches ended in a draw and Milan celebrated the victory 24 times.
Inter will line up in today's match without any significant problems. Inzaghi's team is in good psychological condition and the Italian coach is even better, as he sees that he has all the players at his disposal, which means that he can line up the best possible lineup that will lead to the final.
Without Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Milan will line up for another match, as the experienced Swedish striker suffers from knee problems, as a result of which he is out of action plans for about 10 days and if everything goes smoothly, he will return to the match against Fiorentina.
Inter: 3-5-2: Hadanovic, Scriniar, De Vril, Bastoni, Brozovic, Chalhanoglu, Barela, Damfris, Perisic, Djeko, Martinez
Milan 4-2-3-1: Mainan, Calabria, Kaloulou, Tomori, Hernandez, Benasser, Tonali, Junior Messias, Casey, Rafael Leao, Zirou