Current Form: Inter vs Roma
Inter have had their ups and downs this season but come into this game on a three game unbeaten streak. That includes a well deserved victory over a stubborn Frosinone side who were desperate to make it three straight wins as the Canarini are fighting for their Serie A status, and Luciano Spalletti's side certainly must have one eye on possibly catching up to second-placed Napoli. A victory for them over Roma would put them within four points of the Partenopei before Carlo Ancelotti's side lock horns with Atalanta after Easter, and having won four of their last six games, they now have opened up a somewhat comfortable five point gap over cross-town rivals AC Milan.
However, a slip-up against Roma could make things way more uncomfortable, and that's exactly what the Giallorossi are looking to do. The visitors sit in fifth spot and have won their last two games, putting them just one point behind the Rossoneri, who have been less than consistent as of late. A gritty 1-0 win over Udinese recently meant that the Lupi, who are now led by Claudio Ranieri after Eusebio Di Francesco's sacking, picked up consecutive wins in the league for the first time since February.
With a determined Atalanta lurking behind and desperate to push themselves in contention for a top four spot, as well as Roma's bitter rivals Lazio picking up a 2-0 win over Udinese, the Giallorossi will be hoping to get a positive result at the Stadio Giuseppe Meazza - but Inter haave proven to be a very tough opponent to score against on home turf as of late.
Current position: Inter vs Roma
Here's how the two sides compare ahead of their clash:
Match facts and stats: Inter vs Roma
- Inter have conceded just seven goals at the Stadio Giuseppe Meazza so far this season in Serie A
- Meanwhile, Roma have won four of their last seven away games (L2)
- Interestingly, Luciano Spalletti has never beaten Claudio Ranieri (D1 L3) in four prior attempts
- Both managers are also facing their former clubs, as is player Radja Nainggolan, who played for Roma for several seasons before moving to Inter
Team news: Inter vs Roma
Inter: Croatian duo Sime Vrsaljko and Marcelo Brozovic are both out injured, whilst Borja Valero is a major dout for this game.
Roma: Skipper Daniele De Rossi could miss this game due to a muscular issue. Meanwhile, Diego Perotti, Davide Santon, and Rick Karsdorp are all still out due to injuries.
Where to watch Inter vs Roma on April 20, 2019
In the USA, catch Inter vs Roma on Rai Italia America and ESPN+.
Can't make it to the Stadio Giuseppe Meazza? Fans in Italy can tune into Roma TV, SKY Go Italia, Sky Sport Uno, Sky Calcio 1, Sky Supercalcio HD, and Sky Sport Serie A.
Premier Sports 1 will show Inter vs Roma in the UK.
Live elsewhere? Here are your options to watch Inter vs Roma:
Internazionale vs Roma Broadcast Information
Stadium: Stadio Giuseppe Meazza (Milano)
Canada: TLN, Rai Italia America, DAZN
France: beIN SPORTS CONNECT, beIN Sports MAX 8
Germany: DAZN, TeleClub Sport Live
India: SONY TEN 2, Serie A Pass, SONY TEN 2 HD
Indonesia: beIN Sports Connect Indonesia, beIN Sports 1 Indonesia, Rai Italia Asia
Italy: Sky Sport Serie A, SKY Go Italia, Sky Supercalcio HD, Sky Calcio 1, Sky Sport Uno, Roma TV
Malaysia: Fox Sports 2 Malaysia, Serie A Pass
Netherlands: Ziggo Sport Voetbal, Serie A Pass
Nigeria: SuperSport 9
Portugal: Sport TV2
Turkey: beIN Sports 2 Turkey, Digiturk Play, beIN CONNECT Turkey
United Kingdom: Premier Sports 1
United States: fuboTV, ESPN+, Rai Italia America