Inter Remain Narrow Favourites in Milan Derby

Milan midfielder Sulley Muntari was a Champions League winner with Inter in 2010

Milan midfielder Sulley Muntari was a Champions League winner with Inter in 2010

While Arsenal’s match against Chelsea might be the biggest game in England this weekend, few games in world football can compete with the Milan derby, and Sunday’s encounter is no exception, despite the two sides’ middling fortunes this season.

Internazionale v AC Milan Betting Odds

Inter win – 2.52

Draw – 3.10

Milan win – 2.68

(All odds provided by are current as of today but subject to change)

Inter go into the game fifth in the table, nine points and five places above their city rivals, and this is the nominal ‘home’ game for the Nerazzuri in their shared stadium.

There will be plenty of players facing their former clubs, with Milan’s Mario Balotelli and Sulley Muntari scoring late equalisers in the last two matches, 2-2 draws against Livorno and Roma respectively.

For Walter Mazzari’s Inter, all eyes will be on Fredy Guarín, the Colombian midfielder linked heavily with a move to Chelsea, while both teams will have key players suspended – Argentinean forward Ricky Alvarez for the hosts and captain Riccardo Montolivo for the Rossoneri.

This fixture has proved heated in the past, with two players sent off when the two teams met in April 2011, however Inter’s Japanese defender Yuto Nagatomo – who scored in the midweek defeat to Napoli – the only man to see red in the last five meetings.

Betting Instinct Tip – Inter to be winning at half-time and full-time is 4.30 with


TOM VICTOR (editor) tv is the editor and co-founder of Betting Instinct. He has written for a variety of sports sites in the past, including JustFootball, Footy Matters and BeNeFoot.


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