Date: 21 October 2018
Time: 20:30 Milan, 2:30 PM Eastern, 18:30 UTC
Venue: San Siro; Milan, Italy
All-time record: Milan v Inter: Win-59 Draw-59 Loss-68 GF 243:250 GA
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Probable starting XI's for Inter-Milan (Sunday, 20:30 CEST at Stadio San Siro) according to La Gazzetta dello Sport. pic.twitter.com/hQ7iBqnKHi— Meytar Zeevi (@RossoneriBlog) October 20, 2018
La Gazzetta dello Sport has our most used starting lineup as who Gattuso choose in his 3rd Derby della Madonnina as a manager. The international break was good for the Rossoneri as it gave time for players to get healthy as others left to shine for their national teams with Suso playing fantastic for Spain over the two games.
Gonzalo Higuain is the biggest name that will potentially have their Derby debut tomorrow, along with a few others. Higuain has appeared 11 times against Inter and has scored seven goals scored in those games. If he can keep his scoring touch against them then hopefully it will be a long night for Inter!
Mattia Caldara is said to be available for the Derby della Madonnina after healing up over the international break, but Mateo Musacchio will still certainly get the start in central defense along side Alessio Romagnoli.
Its the Derby boys Lets Go Get It! Forza Milan!!