Inter manager Antonio Conte will field two very different looking teams in Inter’s next two games with Ludogorets and Juventus according to a report in today’s print edition of Gazzetta dello Sport.
Conte heavily rotated the squad from the norm for last week’s first leg triumph away to Ludogorets and the team will remain very much rotated for tomorrow night’s second leg at San Siro, which will be played behind closed doors due to the Coronavirus outbreak.
Andrea Ranocchia, Danilo D’Ambrosio and Alessandro Bastoni are likely to be the back three against Ludogorets whilst Milan Skriniar, Stefan de Vrij and Diego Godin will be the defenders against Juventus.
Victor Moses and Cristiano Biraghi will be the wing backs against the Bulgarians but will be replaced by Ashley Young and Danilo D’Ambrosio for the Derby D’Italia.
In midfield, Borja Valero and Christian Eriksen will start alongside one of Matias Vecino and Nicolo Barella whilst it is not entirely clear how Conte will line-up the midfield against Juventus.
In the attack, Alexis Sanchez is guaranteed to start against Ludogorets and could be partnered by Sebastiano Esposito which would mean Romelu Lukaku would get to rest ahead of the Juventus match which he will start in with Lautaro Martinez.