After the comeback in the final in Parma, Inter return to San Siro for the 29th day: at 19.30, the Nerazzurri host Brescia, desperate for points. Conte must try to keep up with Juve and Lazio, who overtook Genoa and Turin yesterday. Diego Lopez, on his side, is back from two consecutive draws, but the safety zone is 7 points away. Conte finds Brozovic again, but the Croatian goes on the bench: in midfield there is Borja Valero together with Gagliardini and Barella, with Moses taking the place of Candreva on the wing. Outside Lukaku and Eriksen, Sanchez plays alongside Lautaro.
STATISTICS AND PREVIOUS – Rest day, therefore, for Romelu Lukaku, scoring in both home games from the post-lockdown restart. There are 46 precedents between the two teams in Serie A: 25 Nerazzurri hits, 16 draws and 4 guests wins. In the 22 games played at San Siro, however, Inter have won 16 times, drawing 5 games and losing only one. The last knockout against Rondinelle dates back to February 2004: from then on, seven hits and three draws.
Inter: Handanovic; D’Ambrosio, De Vrij, Bastoni; Moses, Barella, Borja Valero, Gagliardini, Young; Sanchez, Lautaro
Brescia: Joronen; Sabelli, Papetti, Mateju, Semprini; Skrabb, Tonali, Dessena; Zmrhal, Ayé; Donnarumma.
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