Inter-Sassuolo, the textual chronicle
At 20.45 Inter and Sassuolo take the field at the Giuseppe Meazza stadium in Milan, after the 1-2 for the Nerazzurri of the first leg. Out of 19 direct matches in Serie A, there have been nine victories for Inter, eight for the Neroverdi and two draws. In its first two seasons in Serie A, in 2013-2014 and 2014-2015, the Emilian team suffered two coats against the Milanese one, the first in Reggio Emilia for 0-7 and the second in Milan for 7-0.Here Inter
In their last six matches, Inter have recorded six consecutive victories, including a 0-2 draw in the first leg of the Champions League semi-finals against AC Milan. In the league the Nerazzurri have 63 points, three less than Juventus in second place, a team they eliminated in the semi-finals of the Italian Cup. The Cup final, against Fiorentina, will be on May 24. Regardless of how the Champions League and Coppa Italia go, the goal in the league is to position itself in the top four in order to be sure of participating in the Champions League next year. Simone Inzaghi's team faces the challenge against Sassuolo without two players, both injured: Dalbert, who suffered a cruciate injury, should remain stationary until the end of May, while Skriniar, operated on his back, will remain out until the end of the championship.Here Sassuolo
With a draw, two defeats and two wins, Sassuolo comes from a phase of ups and downs. After the resounding 1-0 success against Juventus, the Neroverdi lost 3-0 with Salernitana, won 2-1 with Empoli, again lost 2-0 with Lazio and drew 1-1 in the Emilian derby against Bologna. Thirteenth in the standings with 44 points, the formation of Alessio Dionisi has already reached mathematical salvation. Sassuolo faces Inter with the full squad, without suspensions or injuries. Two warned, Frattesi and Thorstvedt.