Thursday, April 25, 2024

Prediction: Inter Milan vs Salernitana

Verdict: Inter to lead at halftime and win the game

Best odds: 4/7

Bookmaker: Unibet

The match between Inter Milan and Salernitana in Serie A’s gameweek 25 presents an interesting contrast, with the league leaders facing off against the team currently sitting at the bottom of the table at San Siro on Friday.

Inter will be aiming to extend their lead at the top of the Serie A standings with an expected victory, while Salernitana will be looking to pull off a surprise result to improve their chances of avoiding relegation.

Inter Milan

Inter Milan’s recent form has been nothing short of impressive, with their victory over Roma last weekend marking their seventh consecutive win in all competitions in 2024. Francesco Acerbi, Marcus Thuram, and Alessandro Bastoni were the goalscorers in that match, helping the Nerazzurri secure a crucial victory at the Olimpico.

This win further solidified Inter’s position at the top of the Serie A table, extending their lead over Juventus to seven points before Juve’s unexpected loss to Udinese. With a game in hand over their closest rivals, Inter now find themselves in a favorable position to clinch the Scudetto this season.

However, head coach Simone Inzaghi will be wary of complacency creeping in, especially with the first leg of Inter’s Champions League tie against Atletico Madrid looming next week. It’s crucial for Inter to maintain their focus and not underestimate Salernitana, despite their struggles this season.

With the prospect of extending their lead at the top of Serie A to double digits, Inter will be determined to secure another victory at San Siro and continue their march towards the league title.

Team News

Inzaghi may opt for squad rotation on Friday, considering the upcoming Champions League fixture against Atletico Madrid. Players like Marko Arnautovic, Carlos Augusto, and possibly Alexis Sanchez could be given significant playing time against Salernitana to keep the squad fresh.

Francesco Acerbi, who was substituted in the win over Roma, is expected to miss the match against Salernitana due to injury. Additionally, Davide Frattesi and Juan Cuadrado are unlikely to feature, with Frattesi sidelined for another two weeks and Cuadrado potentially not returning until next month.


Salernitana’s recent woes were compounded by their defeat to Empoli last weekend, a result that ultimately led to the sacking of manager Filippo Inzaghi, the brother of Inter boss Simone. Despite putting up a fight, Salernitana succumbed to a 3-1 loss, with Empoli sealing the win with two late goals.

Inzaghi’s departure marks the third managerial change for Salernitana this season, highlighting the turmoil they’ve experienced. With the club currently sitting at the bottom of the Serie A table, six points adrift of safety, the task of avoiding relegation seems daunting.

Fabio Liverani has taken over the reins as the new head coach, tasked with the challenge of turning Salernitana’s fortunes around. His first match in charge sees Salernitana facing league leaders Inter, a formidable opponent with a six-game winning streak in Serie A.

Despite the immense challenge ahead, Liverani will be aiming to make an immediate impact and instill confidence in his team as they seek to defy the odds and secure crucial points in their bid for survival.

Team News

Salernitana will be without Domagoj Bradaric due to suspension after he received his fifth yellow card of the season against Empoli.

Additionally, Federico Fazio and Norbert Gyomber are sidelined with muscle injuries and are expected to be absent for around two weeks before returning to action.


Given the recent managerial change at Salernitana, it’s uncertain how the team will respond to Liverani’s appointment.

However, the Nerazzurri are widely expected to secure a routine victory over the struggling visitors at San Siro.

Verdict: Inter to lead at halftime and win

Best odds: 4/7

Bookmaker: Unibet


Veselin Trajkovic

Vesko is a football writer that likes to observe the game for what it is, focusing on teams, players and their roles, formations, tactics, rather than stats. He follows the English Premier League closely, Liverpool FC in particular. His articles have been published on seven different football blogs.



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