Inter Milan v Juventus live stream, BT Sport, Sunday 24 October, 7:45pm
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Reigning champions Inter have made a solid start to the defence of their title, winning five of their opening eight fixtures - although they did suffer a first defeat of the campaign last time out at Lazio, losing 3-1.
After failing to win any of their first four games - of which they lost two - Juve have recovered and are currently on a six-game winning streak in all competitions - with Massimilano Allegri's side following up a pair of 3-2 victories with four straight 1-0s.
Inter have not won consecutive home Serie A matches against Juventus since 2010 - and their 2-0 victory at the San Siro in January was their only one in four league and cup meetings last season.
Juve have beaten Inter more times in Serie A than any other team, coming out on top 85 times in 187 encounters down the years.
Nerazzurri boss Simone Inzaghi should have more or less a fully fit squad to choose from, with Hakan Calhanoglu the only major absentee from Tuesday night's 3-1 Champions League win over FC Sheriff.
The visitors could have Paulo Dybala available again after injury, but Adrien Rabiot may miss out having tested positive for Covid while on international duty with France earlier this month.
Kick-off is at 7:45pm BST on Sunday 24 October, and UK viewers can watch live on BT Sport 1.
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