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Saturday in Italy: Milan against Berlusconi, will Inter come back to win?

The Rossoneri will be hosted by the team owned by its former head (19:00), the Nerazzurri will host Udinese (21:45, Sport1)

The 23rd round of the Italian league kicked off on Friday with Napoli’s victory over Sassuolo, and continues on Saturday with matches of the two Milanese. Champion Milan will visit Silvio Berlusconi’s Monza, while second-placed Inter will host Udinese and try to reduce the gap from the top to 15 points.

The team owned by Silvio Berlusconi will host the champion, the one previously owned by the retired Italian prime minister. In the first round they defeated the Rossoneri 1:4. Stefano Pioli’s team beat Torino 0:1 on Friday in Serie A, and Tottenham on TuesdayWith the same result in the Champions League, but before that it had seven games without a win, including a streak of four losses. Monza, on the other hand, is on a pretty good momentum and has not lost for seven rounds, during which they recorded a draw against Inter and a win over Juventus.

Sampdoria last Monday stopped the Nerazzurri, who were on a streak of three victories in all competitions, while Udinese count Only one point in the last three rounds and its 1:3 victory over Inter, somewhere in September when it was still running at the top, feels like distant history today. The outstanding bright spot in Inter is the ability of Lautro Martinez, who has already left far behind his mediocre performance in the World Cup and won theAll of Inter’s last five goals in the Italian league. If he is also responsible for the next goal, he will be the first to do so for the Nerazzurri since Alessandro Altobelli in 1983.

On Sunday there will be five more matches in Italy, including the meetings between Spezia and Juventus and between Roma and Verona.

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