These two Milan teams are building their way back to the top of Italian football, and as they meet in this game we expect fireworks as usual even if it is not a title decider. Inter would have an eye on a midweek meeting with Barcelona, while Milan would be looking to preserve their recently put together unbeaten run.
Inter made a bad start to this campaign but they have since turned it around as they come into this game on the back of a 6-game winning run. That run of results has helped them claim a top-four spot in the Serie A and a top two spot in their Champions League group.
Milan have also started this season well as they look to finish inside a top-four spot. They have netted in every single league game this season and come into this game just three points shy of a top-four spot. They have also made a solid start to their Europa League campaign, and having scored at least 2 goals in each of their league games on average this term, they would be up for a battle against Inter Milan here.
Five of the last eight Milan derbies in Serie A have finished in a draw (two wins for Inter, one for Milan) – this is as many draws as in their previous 33 encounters.