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Juventus VS Inter Live Score – Serie A Final 2021

Juventus VS Inter Live Score – Serie A Final 2021

Event details:
NAME: Juventus – Inter
DATE: 15 May 2021
TIME: 16:00 UTC
VENUE: Allianz Stadium, Turin, Italy

Should they win their two remaining games, they would set their second-best tally in a Serie A season, behind only the 97 posted during the 2006-07 campaign – while Juventus were cast down into the second tier. The Nerazzurri have also conceded only 31 goals in 36 matches so far, which reflects the relentless work ethic Conte has instilled in his tight-knit team this season. So, even with the title secured, Juve should expect an intense encounter on Saturday evening.


Having deposed their bitter foes as Serie A champions just a week ago, Inter Milan now meet a crestfallen Juventus side on Saturday evening, in the Derby d’Italia. While the Nerazzurri will seek to seal a league double over their Turin rivals and confirm their current supremacy, Juve simply must win to stay in the hunt for a return to the Champions League next season. Though the Bianconeri subsequently ended Antonio Conte’s side’s hopes of a domestic double by knocking them out of the Coppa Italia, it has been the Milan side who have since streaked clear of the field to claim a first Scudetto in over a decade – satisfyingly denying Juve a 10th consecutive crown in the process.

Juventus have struggled to make a major impact under the tutelage of Andrea Pirlo, who is learning the tricks of the trade on the job. As a result, it is hardly surprising that the Bianconeri have failed to mount a successful defence of their crown, surrendering it to Inter Milan rather meekly. In fact, Juventus are currently 5th on the table, running out of chances to clinch a top four finish.

Inter Milan, on the other hand, have been imperious for the most part this season and they have especially been relentless since the turn of the year. The Nerazzurri have won more points (55 points) than any other side in Serie A in 2021. Therefore, it goes without saying that Antonio Conte’s men deserved their place atop the competition, having sealed their title last week.

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