Live stream, TV channel, teams and kick-off time for Serie A derby – The Sun

JUVENTUS and Inter Milan face off in Italy’s biggest derby at the Allianz Stadium – but nobody will be there to see it.

The match has been announced as behind closed doors with the entire Serie A season in an uncertain state due to coronavirus.

 The turnstiles are shut as Juventus vs Inter takes place behind closed doors

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The turnstiles are shut as Juventus vs Inter takes place behind closed doorsCredit: AFP or licensors

What time does Juventus vs Inter kick off?

This Serie A clash was set for last Sunday, but was postponed due to the coronavirus.

It will now take place today – despite an initial date of May 13 being mooted.

It kicks off at 7.45pm UK time – that is 8.45pm in Italy and 2.45pm ET.

In the reverse fixture between the two, Juventus came out on top, winning 2-1.

What TV channel is Juventus vs Inter on and can I live stream it?

Juventus vs Inter is shown live on Premier Sports 1, with coverage underway from 7.35pm.

Sky and Virgin Media customers can purchase the channel for £9.99, which also includes Premier Sports 2 and LaLigaTV.

Alternatively, you can live stream it via Premier Player – also £9.99.

In the US, viewers can watch on Rai Italia Nord America or via ESPN+.

What is the team news?

Juventus are already without Merih Demiral for the rest of the season, while Adrien Rabiot is also out.

Douglas Costa and Gonzalo Higuain – who scored the winner in the reverse fixture – are both doubts for the game.

Meanwhile, Inter Milan will be without midfielders Roberto Gagliardini and Stefano Sensi for the derby.

Stat attack!

  • Cristiano Ronaldo has scored in his last 11 matches and needs just one more to break Gabriel Batistuta’s 25-year record
  • Inter Milan are on a six-game winless streak against Juventus – their last win coming in 2016
  • Despite being two places below Juve, Inter have a better scoring and defensive record in Serie A this season

What are the odds?

A Juventus win is priced at 23/20, while victory for Inter is 12/5 and the draw 11/5.

Cristiano Ronaldo is just 19/20 to score anytime and break Batistuta’s record, while he is only 9/2 to score more than once.

Yet, Inter will be relying on Romelu Lukaku and Lautaro Martinez for goals – and should the pair score and gain all three points, punters could be in for a handsome sum at 8/1.

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