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Hellas Verona vs Inter Milan: Probable Lineups

By prevailing 2-1 against Salernitana on the final day, Hellas Verona confirmed their stay in Serie A for the fifth consecutive season. This marks their longest uninterrupted presence in the top flight since seven consecutive seasons between 1982/83 and 1988/89. This last encounter also continues the trend of alternating wins and losses (3w, 2d), with each game ending with just a one-goal margin. This was already the case in the first leg against the newly crowned champion, Inter Milan, against whom Verona had lost 2-1.

In the same home fixture last season (d, 6-0), Verona conceded more than five goals at home for the first time in their history in the top division, and the players hope to avoid such ignominy once again. They can be confident in this regard, knowing that their recent matches have been particularly tight. With at least one goal in the last nine home league matches and in five of the last six home encounters, Verona will likely find the back of the net here.

The 1-1 draw against Lazio last Sunday wasn’t the ending Inter had envisioned for their campaign at San Siro, although it didn’t dampen the title celebrations that ensued. It’s already their highest points total (93) in a season since 2006/07, and another victory on this final day would certainly add further shine to their second Scudetto success in the last 14 campaigns.

Inter has proven to be a tough team to beat away from home, having only lost twice in competition this season. Only one of these losses occurred in the league, and with eight wins in their last nine away matches in the top division (1d), the visitors are determined to finish the campaign on a high note. Moreover, Inter has won their last match of the season in the last seven top-flight campaigns and has won the last seven league encounters!

Players to Watch: Verona’s winter signing, Tijjani Noslin, has scored all four of his Serie A goals in the second half, three of which came in this stadium. On the other hand, Denzel Dumfries has scored three of his last four league goals in the first half, although the only exception was in Inter’s last match against Lazio.

Hot Stat: There has been an odd number of goals in the last six away matches for Inter.

Probable Lineups

Hellas Verona : Montipo; Centonze, Coppola, Magnani, Cabal; Serdar, Folorunsho; Noslin, Suslov, Lazovic; Bonazzoli

Inter Milan: Audero; Bisseck, De Vrij, Bastoni; Dumfries, Barella, Asllani, Frattesi, Dimarco; Thuram, Martinez

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