With Luciano Spalletti’s men looking to keep pressure on Lazio and Roma in the pursuit of a Champions League qualification spot, I Nerazzurri come up against current leaders Juventus.
The Old Lady suffered a significant setback in the pursuit of their seventh successive Scudetto last Sunday, with Napoli handing them a 1-0 defeat in dramatic fashion.
As such, the race for the Serie A title still very much hangs in the balance, as does the race for the top four.
Here are how Inter could line up as they welcome Juventus to the San Siro.
Inter will likely deploy the same back four as in their last game against Chievo Verona as I Nerazzurri back line have established themselves as one of the most stoic in the country, conceding the joint-second least amount of goals in the league this season.
Milan Skriniar has been a revelation for the Milan outfit this season and will continue to partner Miranda, while the likes of Joao Cancelo and Danilo D’Ambrosio will reprise their role on the flanks.
The upcoming crunch clash against Juventus will likely see Spalletti rework his midfield in order to inspire his side to achieve a desirable result at the weekend. After fending off competition from Borja Valero, Matias Vecino is likely to be reintroduced to the starting 11, partnering Marcelo Brozovic in the midfield two.
In the more advanced positions, Antonio Candreva could replace Yann Karamoh, with the Italian veteran having missed the last two matches after suffering a knock in the defeat to Torino earlier in the month.
Keeping his position as the focal point of the Inter attack, Icardi will look to build upon the one goal he notched against Chievo last week. The Argentine attacker faces the team with the most impressive defensive record in the league, conceding three fewer goals than both Inter and Napoli.