Inter Milan will be aiming to put their poor away record against Juventus at the Allianz Arena in Sunday’s Serie A clash.

Today’s print edition of Rome-based newspaper Corriere dello Sport, via FCInterNews, note how the Bianconeri’s current home is not a place where the Nerazzurri will have too many good memories.

Inter have travelled to the Allianz Stadium fifteen times since it opened in 2011.

Often known simply as “The Stadium” in Italy, called the Allianz Stadium for sponsorship, the Bianconeri’s current home ground replaced the Stadio della Alpi more than a decade ago./

The opening of the current stadium roughly coincided with an era of dominance for Juventus under Antonio Conte and then Max Allegri.

Therefore, the Turin giants’ home record since moving in has been very good.

Inter were in fact the first team to hand Juventus a defeat at the Stadium. The Nerazzurri won 3-1 in a Serie A match there in November of 2012.

That may have seemed like a big statement of intent from Inter.

But the matches ever since then have suggested something different.

Inter Aiming To Put Dismal Record Vs Juventus At Allianz Arena In The Past

Inter would only manage one win against Juventus in Turin after 2012.

That came in April of 2022. It was Simone Inzaghi’s first match in the stadium in charge of Inter.

The Nerazzurri won that match 1-0 courtesy of a retaken Hakan Calhanoglu. That win came despite the Bianconeri having more and better chances on balance.

Last season, on the other hand, Inter played twice at the Stadium.

The Nerazzurri lost in Serie A, before drawing the first leg of a Coppa Italia tie. That match saw a scandalous incidence in which then-Inter striker Romelu Lukaku experienced racist abuse at the hands of Juventus fans.

Inter would go on to win that tie in the second leg, reaching the Coppa Italia final.

But a draw was all that they could get at the Stadium, courtesy of a last-gasp Lukaku penalty.

That’s how it’s generally went for Inter when they play away to Juventus at the Stadium.

Therefore, Inter will be desperate to prove that trend wrong on Sunday.

Doing so would see Inter put some clear daylight between themselves and their Derby d’Italia rivals in the Serie A table.

But precedent suggests that it will not be an easy feat by any means.