Intern Milan to face Real Madrid at Estadio Alfredo Di Stefano in their 3rd match of the UEFA Champions League Group Stage. None of the team has won a single game in their group. Real Madrid has won 6 out of 7 major UEFA European matches against Inter Milan.
Inter has lost 15 out of last 20 away games played in Spain. In the last 10 European matches between Real Madrid and Inter Milan, the home side has always won, except one match that ended in a draw. Real Madrid is without Dani Carvajal, Eder Militao, and Martin Odegaard while Romelu Lukaku, Stefano Sensi, and Matias Vecino are absent for Inter Milan due to injuries.
Luckily enough for Real Madrid, Inter Milan will be certainly without Romelu Lukaku. The attacker missed Inter’s game this past weekend and hasn’t trained with the squad just yet, so he’s more than questionable at this point.
Achraf’s return to Real Madrid will definitely be interesting to watch, as the youngster likely want to prove his worth after the club decided to sell him in the summer.
Real Madrid are hosting Inter Milan in the Champions League for the first time since September 1998, when a fine second-half showing earned them a 2-0 win. Ahead of the meeting between the two sides, The Goal Gazette takes a closer look at the encounter.
In midfield, a change is expected, with Toni Kroos coming in for Federico Valverde. Kroos, along with Luka Modric, will be in charge of providing the creative impetus whilst supporting Casemiro during the defensive phase of the game as well.
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