There will be significant squad rotation to the Inter Milan lineup against Hellas Verona this evening, with Emil Audero to start in goal.

This according to today’s print edition of Milan-based newspaper Gazzetta dello Sport, via FCInterNews. The newspaper also anticipate that Marko Arnautovic will start in attack.

This evening, Inter will play their last Serie A match of the season.

The Nerazzurri come into the match having already confirmed their status as champions. They did so in the derby against AC Milan more than a month ago.

Verona, meanwhile, have also confirmed their objective for the season.

The Gialloblu made mathematically certain that they will be in Serie A season with a win over Salernitana last week.

Still, both teams will be looking to end the campaign on a high note.

For Inter, there is the chance to finish the season with 96 points.

And for Verona, there would be the opportunity to potentially get a big upset against a team who have been not just the best in Serie A, but one of the best in all of Europe.

Inter Milan To Rotate Heavily Vs Hellas Verona – Audero To Start

Against Lazio last weekend, Inter coach Simone Inzaghi had gone with essentially his strongest possible starting eleven.

That will not necessarily be the case this evening, however.

The Gazzetta report that Emil Audero will start in goal ahead of Yann Sommer.

In defense, the newspaper report that Francesco Acerbi is favourite to keep his place ahead of Stefan de Vrij. Yann Bisseck and Alessandro Bastoni will line up alongside the 36-year-old.

In midfield, Nicolo Barella will start. Kristjan Asllani could come in for Hakan Calhanoglu.

On the flanks, the Gazzetta anticipate that Carlos Augusto and Denzel Dumfries will start for Inter.

And then in attack, the newspaper predict that Marko Arnautovic will lead the line alongside Marcus Thuram.

Meanwhile, the Gazzetta report, the likes of Juan Cuadrado, Alexis Sanchez, Stefano Sensi, and Davy Klaassen could all get a run out off the bench it what is almost certain to be their last match as an Inter player.