Date: Sunday, April 19, 2015
Time: 2.45pm ET / 20.45 CET
Venue: Stadio Giuseppe Meazza; Milan, Italy
On Nov. 23 Milan-Inter was not a spectacular game and the final result (1-1, goals by Menez and Obi) is the perfect explanation of this lack of fireworks.
If you need a good reason to watch the game - you shouldn't because it's the Derby - here we have the updated standings
Milan and Inter will both play for their last chances to clinch an Europa League spot, that's 7 points far from AC Milan: a win would keep open that possibility, a draw or a loss would definitively make that impossible (or very unlikely). In other words, tonight's game will be crucial for both teams not only because it's Inter-Milan.
This match is more than 100 years old, a real classic, and the head to head table says that FC Internazionale won more games, so this could be an extra motivation to beat our "cousins".
If you missed the "video preview" we made for the Derby you can find it here and maybe this could help you to get a little more excited about tonight's game.
As stated by Curva Sud on their official website, San Siro won't be empty tonight!
AC Milan (4-3-3, the "falso nueve" system again and Suso starting for the first time!)
#InterMilan, our starting XI: Diego Lopez; Abate, Alex, Mexes, Antonelli; Poli, De Jong, Van Ginkel; Suso, Menez, Bonaventura. #ForzaMilan— AC Milan (@acmilan) April 19, 2015
#InterMilan, our bench: Abbiati, Donnarumma (99), Paletta, Bonera, De Sciglio, Rami, Zapata, Mastalli (36), Cerci, Honda, Destro, Pazzini.— AC Milan (@acmilan) April 19, 2015
FC Internazionale (4-3-1-2)
Our XI for #InterMilan: Handanovic; D'Ambrosio, Ranocchia, Vidic, Jesus; Gnoukouri, Medel, Kovacic; Hernanes; Palacio, Icardi #ForzaInter— F.C. Internazionale (@Inter_en) April 19, 2015
Subs from: Carrizo, Andreolli, Podolski, Obi, Santon, Felipe, Puscas, Nagatomo, Shaqiri, Dimarco, Palazzi, Bonazzoli #InterMilan— F.C. Internazionale (@Inter_en) April 19, 2015