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Inter vs Juventus: Live stream, TV channel, kick-off time and team news for TODAY’S Serie A clash at San Siro

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INTER MILAN host Juventus in a key clash in the Serie A title race.

The Old Lady are chasing a tenth successive league title, but are off the pace after drawing six of their 16 matches so far.

Inter meanwhile are well in the hunt themselves but are winless in two games after dropping points against Sampdoria and Roma.

When is Inter vs Juventus?

Which TV channel and live stream can I watch it on?

You can catch all of the action live on Premier Sports 1.

The channel is available on Sky, Virgin Media and netgem.TV for a monthly cost of £9.99.

Subscribers can also stream using the Premier Player, or you can get a digital only subscription also for £9.99/month.

What is the team news?

Antonio Conte has a near clean bill of health for this huge game, with only fringe players Danilo D'Ambrosio, Andrea Pinamonti and Matias Vecino unavailable.

Ashley Young is expected to get the nod, with Romelu Lukaku hoping to continue his rich vein of form.

Juventus have been hit hard by Covid-19 and will be without Alex Sandro, Juan Cuadrado and Matthijs de Ligt.

Paulo Dybala is injured, so expect Alvaro Morata and Cristiano Ronaldo to lead the line.

Match odds

*All odds from Ladbrokes and correct at time of publication.

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