Serie A giants AS Roma travel to San Siro to face Inter Milan on Saturday, 25 April.

Where to watch live

Kick-off is set for 7.45pm BST. Live coverage of the game will be available on BT Sport 1 and BT Sport 1 HD.


Inter Milan welcome AS Roma to San Siro for a clash that could help both sides make strides in the Serie A table.

Inter are currently in the 10<sup>th place and are looking to try to make it into Europe, but face an uphill task with just seven games left. They will have to hope that teams above them in the table drop points, which is the only way for them to make it to the Europa League next season.

Roberto Mancini's side have struggled defensively this campaign as they have managed just five clean sheets at home so far and are staring at a fourth consecutive season without a trophy.

Roma come into the match in the third place, and are in a battle with Lazio to finish second behind Juventus, who are 15 points clear at the top.

Rudi Garcia's team have failed to win their last two games and only managed a point each, which has seen Lazio leapfrog into the second place albeit on goal difference. The manager will be keen to get back to winning ways and move ahead of Lazio, until their match on Sunday.

In a boost for Garcia's team, Daniele di Rossi will be back after missing the game last weekend and Kostas Manolas has also returned and should take his place at the heart of the Roma defence.

What managers say

Roberto Mancini: "Nobody plays to lose, not even on the beach. [Winning against Roma would help] both [causes, to keep our European hopes alive and also for the morale ahead of next season]. Qualifying for the Europa League does not depend just on us. We could as well win all games but there are many teams ahead of us in the table."

Rudi Garcia: "I am angry. I saw a Roma that did not play well. After Francesco Totti's penalty, we fell asleep. There was a bit more in the second half, but it was our worst first half of the season. I did not see the necessary grit and determination to take back second place. Tomorrow I need to have words with the squad.Not much worked well today, as we all played badly. I didn't like the referee either, so it was a game to be forgotten all round."

Betting odds (By 888Sport)

  • Inter Milan win: 16/11
  • Draw: 11/5
  • Roma win: 28/13

Team news

Inter Milan

Possible XI: Handanovic, D'Ambrosio, Ranocchia, Vidic, Jesus, Guarin, Brozovic, Hernanes, Shaqiri, Palacio, Icardi.


Possible XI: De Sanctis, Florenzi, Yanga-Mbiwa, Manolas, Holebas, Nainggolan, De Rossi, Keita, Iturbe, Ljajic, Totti.