The game is set to be really international, with it being broadcast in over 200 countries around the globe and over 100 different nationalities expected in the stands
Two rivals meet this Sunday as Inter Milan host Juventus at the San Siro.
This particular Derby d’Italia might be even more intense as first place is up for grabs, with the teams separated by just two points going into the game.
Inter has begun the season well under Conte, winning all six games in the league, yet while the Serie A campaign has well begun for the Nerazzurri, the same cannot be said of their outcomes in the Champions League.
Juventus has additionally looked decent in the early part of the season. The Bianconeri are 5-1-0 after a moderate beginning under Sarri, which demonstrated that the club is not in their best form and need time to alter.
Their recent fixtures against SPAL and Bayer Leverkusen indicated improvement in their play as the team keeps on discovering chemistry.
75 thousand spectators:
This weekend’s Derby d’Italia will gather the most cash ever from ticket sales in Italian football history.
The Nerazzurri officially reported today that they are expecting more than 75,000 spectators for the club, with a gross aggregate of €6.5 million earned from ticket sales.
At no other time in Italy has ticket sales raised this much, with just a single other championship game in the top five list. The game is set to be genuinely international, with it being broadcast in over 200 countries around the globe and over 100 different nationalities expected in the stands.
Top five ticket sales record:
Inter-Juventus (Serie A 19/20), 75,000 spectators and €6,500,000 in ticket sales.
Inter-Barcelona (Champions League 18/19), 73,428 spectators and €5,919,864 in ticket sales.
Milan-Inter (Serie A 18/19), 77,749 spectators and €5,700,000 in ticket sales.
Roma v Liverpool (Champions League 17/18), 61,889 spectators and €5,545,187 in ticket sales.
Juventus-Atletico Madrid (Champions League 18/19), 40,884 spectators and €5,500,000 in ticket sales.
Inter (3-5-2): Handanovic – Skriniar, De Vrij, Godin – Asamoah, D’Ambrosio, Brozovic, Barella, Sensi – Lukaku, Martinez.
Juventus (4-3-1-2): Buffon – Alex Sandro, Cuadrado, Bonucci, De Ligt – Khedira, Matuidi, Pjanic – Ramsey – Ronaldo, Dybala