Juventus travel to Milan to face Internazionale in 2013/14 season's first Derby D'Italia.
Inter host Juventus as Derby D'Italia resumes action.
Juventus defeated Internazionale in 1961 in one of the most controversial Derby D'Italia of all times. Numerous records were broken in that match as the rivalry between two clubs reached a new level.
Arch-rivals Juventus and Internazionale will square off against each other in the Derby often called “Derby of Italy”. Two of Italy’s most successful clubs are being managed by two managers who have taken over the club recently. Claudio Ranieri will be hoping to steady the Inter ship when he faces Antonio Conte’s team, who is yet to lose a match.
One of the most bitter rivalries in football resumes when Internazionale travel to Turin to face Juventus. Derby D'Italia is rarely an ordinary match and this one promises to be a cracking contest. THT presents that match preview and other analysis.
Two of THT's resident authors go head to head to argue for their teams in yet another Rival Rendezvous. This time it is Somnath Sengupta representing Juventus against Vishwas Shashidhar who represents Inter Milan.
Six weeks into the season, dust is finally beginning to settle down and sense is starting to prevail as far as the Serie A leaderboard is concerned. All the major title contenders are slowly but surely leapfrogging their comparatively weaker opponents to return at the top of the pile after the first few weeks that saw some shocking names ruling the roost in Calcio.
Derby d'Italia is considered to be the biggest game in Italy with a fierce history. TheHardTackle previews the battle between Inter and Juve from San Siro.
As the race for the Scudetto heats up, TheHardTackle's Sachin Madaan explores the chances of all three teams that will give it their all to emerge as winners after an especially grueling season. Will a resurgent AS Roma or an injury-blighted AC Milan be able to snatch the title away from the Special One's Inter?