Former Juventus winger Franco Cuasio believes that the match tomorrow between Inter and Juventus will not necessarily be decisive for the Scudetto race at this early stage of the season.
Speaking to Italian news outlet Tutto Juve, the 72-year-old gave the view that the Nerazzurri and the Bianconeri will fight for the Scudetto until the end alongside league leaders Napoli.
Inter have gotten their Scudetto defense off to a decent start, although defeat away to Lazio last Saturday leaves them five points behind city rivals AC Milan and seven behind perfect starters Napoli.
Meanwhile, the Bianconeri have recovered from a poor start to the season with four wins on the bounce in Serie A, although the dropped points from earlier in the campaign leave them three points behind the Nerazzurri heading into the game at the San Siro.
“It will be a match open to any possibility,” Causio said of the match, “it is not decisive for the Scudetto, it is too early. It is certain that in the event of a defeat the path for either would become complicated, but we are only in October.”
The former winger is also impressed with the work done by Inter coach Simone Inzaghi, stating that “Inzaghi is doing well, he has a good squad that has been able to make up for the farewells of Hakimi and Lukaku.”
Regarding Inter midfielder Arturo Vidal he stated that “For me he has always been a very high level player. In fact, we were lucky enough to see the best of him when he was at Juve.”
He closed with words on the title race, stating that “Inter and Juve will compete for it, but keep an eye on Napoli, with Anguissa and Osimhen their team has improved exponentially.”