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But it would be Juve who took the lead, Adrien Rabiot and Dusan Vlahovic combining to send the unmarked Filip Kostić away down the left, the Serbia international so wide open he could stop and pick his spot before slamming the ball past goalkeeper Andre Onana.

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With 10 assists in all competitions, Kostić has proven to be a devastating force to opposing defences, but he has also put in the work off the ball himself too, weighing in with two tackles, two interceptions and three clearances against Inter.

One was the penalty awarded when Alvaro Morata and Alex Sandro came together with Denzel Dumfries in the Juve box. VAR intervened and at first, you weren't sure why, since the contact seemed incidental. But replays showed Morata's foot coming down on Dumfries' foot, and based on a strict reading of the directives given to referees, that's a foul every time ... and a foul in the box means penalty. You can argue about discretion, or whether every incident like that should be treated equally, but those are the directives.

Having been left stewing by the 4-0 home humiliation at the hands of Barcelona in the Clasico (one that lasted two weeks, given the international break), it was imperative that Real Madrid get a victory away to Celta to get things back on track. They got a 2-1 win, albeit one marked by three penalties (two of them controversial) and a disallowed (correctly, but frustratingly) Celta goal.

It was interesting to see how well the all-English frontline of Raheem Sterling, Phil Foden and Jack Grealish did, changing positions, creating space and generating chances. Harry Kane is untouchable for England, of course (and Gareth Southgate has other options too), but this sort of setup might be a potential Plan B come the World Cup ... provided the right framework is put together behind them. (It's easier said than done, since there is no De Bruyne behind them.)

Coming off an international break, with Trent Alexander-Arnold not fully fit and on the bench (Joe Gomez filled in and didn't do badly, but he's simply an entirely different sort of player) and with a Champions League clash at Benfica coming in midweek, this was a "trap game" and Jurgen Klopp's crew avoided it in part because of Watford's wastefulness. But it's three big points in the bag that keep them on track ahead of their mega-clash with Manchester City on April 10.

What surprised me was that this game seemed primed for Romelu Lukaku to make his first league start since mid-February. Tuchel was switching to a 4-3-3 formation, which meant he'd have service from wide areas. Lukaku was fresh, having not played over the break unlike Kai Havertz, who started both Germany games on international duty. And with that huge Champions League first leg against Real Madrid coming up on Wednesday, you figured this might be a good time to give Lukaku a run out. Instead, he only came on with 25 minutes to go, when Chelsea were already 3-1 down.

Meanwhile, Hakan Calhanoglu not only created four scoring chances for his team-mates, but statistics taken from Who Scored show he also put in plenty of effort defensively too, weighing in with three tackles and an interception.

Even fifth-placed Roma are within three points, as the Nerazzurri's chronic inconsistency has bitten hard following the winter break. Therefore, victory in the Derby d'Italia would not only provide an immediate uplift but also put them back on the road towards Champions League qualification.

With Di Maria's input, Juventus have also found their shooting boots on the domestic scene this year, after a campaign hitherto dominated by 1-0 wins, only Napoli have scored more goals since the winter break. In fact, only Serie A's champions-elect have posted more victories than the Bianconeri during that time.

In their final game before the international break, both sides will empty the tank in pursuit of Derby d'Italia glory, and there could well be a share of the spoils after an absorbing encounter at San Siro.For data analysis of the most likely results, scorelines and more for this match please click here.

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The decision was made "considering the succession of numerous urgent regulatory interventions by the Government to respond to this extraordinary emergency to protect public health and safety," said Serie A in a statement.

As we head into the international break after this match, we expect both Simone Inzaghi and Massimiliano Allegri to field a strong squad. Derby games are contested fiercely between the two teams and considering their current form, a high-scoring draw might ensue.

Otherwise, if an attacker pressed the half-back and the midfielder shifted to the wing-back, through the halfspace, Inter would look for direct access to the dropping striker. Although Juve took the lead early, Inter was far from defeated and their response indicated their emotional state throughout the game. The home side thus started controlling the play more and more after Dybala scored in an action that symbolized how aggressively Inter aimed to block the center. When Ronaldo received a pass on the halfway line, the two closest midfielders and Stefan de Vrij immediately closed down the Portuguese. Unfortunately for Inter, though, Pjanić intercepted a pass moments after and assisted Dybala. 041b061a72


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