After earning a vital 1-0 victory in the Derby D’Italia against Juventus last week, Inter welcome Verona in another huge clash for Simone Inzaghi’s men. The defending champions are four points behind current leaders Milan, albeit the Nerazzurri have a game in hand, while Verona seem to be well on target for another top 10 finish..
Where and when: San Siro – 9 April, kick-off 17:00
Where you can see Inter vs. Verona: BT Sport, Bet365 Live streaming
Last time: Ivan Ilic gave Verona the lead, but Lautaro Martinez and Joaquin Correa’s brace gave Inter a 3-1 win at Stadio Bentegodi in the last meeting between those teams back in August.
Inter v Verona Predictions and Preview
Inter earned one of their biggest victories this season last week when the Nerazzurri beat Juventus 1-0 in Turin thanks to Hakan Calhanoglu’s penalty kick in the first half. Simone Inzaghi’s men barely had a sniff towards the Bianconeri’s goal, but their display at the back was impressive and eventually allowed them to take precious three points.
This was Inter’s second win in their last eight games, but the Nerazurri return to San Siro this weekend where they’ve won only one of their last four. La Beneamata are unbeaten in 22 consecutive games against Verona and have four wins from their last five games at San Siro against I Gialloblu.
Verona are also coming of a 1-0 victory, as Igor Tudor’s men beat Genoa at home thanks to Giovanni Simeone’s early strike. Gialloblu have managed only three draws from their last 10 games against Inter, but the last time the snatched a point from the Nerazzurri at San Siro was more than eight years ago.
Inter vs. Verona full time result odds
Stefan De Vrij is the only injury concern for the Simone Inzaghi, as Danilo D’Ambrosio will be the most likely replacement, after the Italian impressed in his last few outings. Lautaro Martinez should start ahead of Alexis Sanchez right next to Edin Dzeko up front, while Denzel Dumfries received a knock against Juventus and is a doubt.
The visitors, meanwhile, will be sweating over Antonin Barak’s availability, who caught the flu and missed their last game, while Diego Coppola, Pawel Dawidowicz as well as goalkeeper duo Ivan Pandur and Alessandro Berardi are all injured.
Inter vs. Verona both teams to sore odds
Four of the last five meetings between those teams saw BTTS pay off, while the same applies for five of Verona’s last six Serie A games. Inter’s last home game was a 1-1 draw against Fiorentina, so drew 1-1 against Torino last week, so our suggestion for Saturday is to go with BTTS at 10/11, while the odds raise to 15/8 if you pair this with a victory for the Nerazzurri.
Inter vs. Verona correct score odds
Three of the last seven games between those teams ended as 2-1 victories for Inter, while two of the last three home victories for the Nerazurri were by the same result. At the same time, Verona’s last Serie A defeat was a 2-1 loss to Napoli, so our pick for Saturday is a 2-1 victory for the hosts at 8/1 in this Inter vs. Verona preview.
Inter vs. Verona first goalscorer odds
Lautaro Martinez broke the deadlock in two of Inter’s last five games in all competitions. The Argentinian scored a sensational hat-trick in the 5-0 trashing over Salernitana a few weeks ago and now has 14 Serie A strikes to his name this term. Lautaro failed to find the back of the net in his last three outings, so watch out for him to break the deadlock in a 2-1 win for the hosts at 32/1 in these Inter vs. Verona tips.