Juventus extended their lead at the Serie A summit to four points with a last-gasp win over Bologna, with the Bianconeri now hoping to extend their winning run in the league to six games.
That could prove to be a difficult task given that their opponents are currently on an eight-match winning run and have yet to drop points on the travels this season.
After doing so well to pip Milan to the Scudetto last term, Juventus were always going to have a much easier task this season, having significantly reinforced their squad in the summer while most of their title rivals became weaker.
The Bianconeri quickly lived up to the billing, winning nine of first ten league games, while sharing spoils with Fiorentina at Artemio Franchi.
Some of those wins were achieved in the nick of time, like that against Bologna, and others with a little help from the referees, but the reality is Juventus now have a four-point cushion at the top.
Even if the hosts are missing several first team regulars, you should know home win pays 1.73 (8/11) at 888sport.
Claudio Marchisio and Arturo Vidal miss out through injury and suspension, but Mirko Vucinic, Kwadwo Asamoah, Giorgio Chiellini and Stephan Lichtsteiner return after being rested in midweek.
Probable starting line-up (3-5-2): Buffon – Barzagli, Bonucci, Chiellini – Lichtsteiner, Pogba, Pirlo, Giaccherini, Asamoah – Vucinic, Quagliarella.
Having seen a number of senior players leave the club in the summer, Inter’s name rarely come up when the Serie A title candidates were discussed at the start to the season.
Andrea Stramaccioni, nonetheless, did a great job with what looks a very limited squad, turning the Neroazzurri into genuine title contenders.
While doing well to rediscover their home form, Inter have remained absolutely amazing on the travels, so they will not be too downhearted by the fact the derby game against Juventus is played in Turin.
Having won eight straight away games, conceding just two goals in the process, Inter are 5.75 (19/4) with BetVictor to make it nine in a row.
With Juan Jesus missing through suspension and Wesley Sneijder still sidelined, Andrea Stramaccioni looks set to field his side in a 4-3-3 formation.
Probable starting line-up (4-3-3): Handanovic – Zanetti, Samuel, Ranocchia, Pereira – Mudingayi, Gargano, Guarin – Palacio, Milito, Cassano.