Inter Milan are the biggest beneficiaries as Juventus find their form in Serie A plummiting over the last few weeks.

This is highlighted in today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, via FCInterNews.

Just a couple weeks, Inter had Juventus breathing down their necks as their main rivals for the Serie A title.

Whilst the Nerazzurri were the favourites, there was a feeling of a title race. The margins seemed thin enough that one or two slip-ups could be fatal for Inter.

Now, that no longer appears to be the case. Far from it, in fact.

Inter Benefit From Juventus Nosedive In Serie A

For several months, Juventus had made life difficult for Inter simply by being relentlessly consistent.

The Bianconeri had shown more comfort getting narrow results than their Derby d’Italia rivals.

But that was enough to keep the pressure on the Nerazzurri.

But since the end of January, a switch just appears to have flipped for the Bianconeri.

Juventus had made their first real stumble in a match against Empoli at the Allianz Stadium.

That encounter had seen striker Akradiusz Milik receive a straight red card. And in the Pole’s absence, the Bianconeri could only secure a draw against the Tuscans.

It was not the tone that Juventus would have wanted to set going into the Derby d’Italia against Inter.

And indeed, that match proved to be a highly significant Inter victory. The 1-0 scoreline arguably didn’t do justice to the emphatic performance by the Nerazzurri.

That Derby d’Italia win was a big result for Inter, of course. But it still did not leave them with all that much breathing room.

Subsequent results, on the other hand, have changed the picture.

Juventus have dropped points in their last two matches in the league – at home to Udinese, and away to Hellas Verona.

Meanwhile, Inter have beaten Roma and Salernitana.

Now, the title race suddenly looks less like a race than ever.