Fixture list promising for Inter

We sit top of Serie A with a nine-point gap right down to Milan at second and 10 above Juventus, and therefore the fixture list smiles at us.

This Saturday, Sassuolo arrive for an enormous game at San Siro, but first the Neroverdi must recover the match against Torino, as their initial appointment was rescheduled because of the coronavirus outbreak at the Granata.

We don’t have any other commitments, as we’re out of the Coppa Italia and European football, meaning that we are going to be ready to solely specialise in maintaining the gap in Serie A.

After the upcoming international break, Inter play Bologna and Cagliari, whilst the primary of a couple of key games will come against Napoli in Week 31 on April 18.

Juventus face Atalanta in Bergamo an equivalent round of fixtures and will end up to be a decisive week within the Scudetto battle this term, as Milan play Genoa.

Juve is 10 points behind Inter, but need to recover the match against Napoli from October last year, and it could possibly shrink to seven.

Because of Covid outbreak, the South American World Cup qualifiers are frozen, that being said, Lautaro Martinez and Alexis Sanchez are going to be ready to rest and avoid long trips before an important run-in.

Inter is hoping to possess maintained the gap right down to their rivals before the three last games of this year’s campaign, as their last three appointments include a home match against Roma and a visit to Juventus for an immediate clash with their rivals.

In their 11 remaining matches, six of them are against opponents currently within the top half of the table, including Sassuolo, Hellas Verona and Udinese at eight, ninth and 10th respectively.

Rest of our matches in Serie A 2020/21:

 

March:
Sassuolo (H)

April:
Bologna (A)
Cagliari (H)
Napoli (A)
Spezia (A)
Hellas Verona (H)

May:
Crotone (A)
Sampdoria (H)
Roma (H)
Juventus (A)
Udinese (H)

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