Final score

3 November 2012 20:45

1' Vidal
1 - 3
45' (2nd half) Palacio
30' (2nd half) Milito
14' (2nd half) Milito (P)
Referee: Paolo Tagliavento / Linesmen: Preti, Marzaloni / Fourth official: Barbirati / Assistants: Orsato, Banti
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46' The first half comes to an end: Juventus 1-0 Inter
46' Handanovic saves Vidal's low rasping drive, the Chilean is onto the rebound but wastefully overhits his cross
45' One minute of added time is to be played
44' Asamoah's ball from the byline takes a deflection off Zanetti and spins dangerously close to Handanovic's goal; the keeper takes the safe option and tips it behind
43' Giovinco sends in a cross, Ranocchia gets a touch on it and Handanovic gathers
42' Milito looks to play in Nagatomo but it's too heavy and the wing-back can't reach it
40' Cambiasso's corner is flicked on by Palacio but there's no one to meet it at the far post
38' Juve decide to take Lichtsteiner off before he's given his marching orders; Caceres comes on to replace him
37' A high ball is played into Juve's box but Cambiasso, held back by Lichtsteiner, can only head weakly
34' Big decision for the ref: Lichtsteiner goes in on Palacio with his foot held high. A yellow card all night long but Tagliavento lets him off
33' Samuel is shown a yellow for a foul on Giovinco in the middle of the pitch
32' Cassano and Milito link up well on the left before the Italy forward dinks over a cross looking for Palacio: it's overhit and runs out of play
30' Lichtsteiner goes into the book for a nasty foul on Cambiasso
29' Barzagli's ambitious 40-yarder is wide of the target
26' Vucinic tries to break through the Nerazzurri rearguard but his control fails him
20' So close for Cassano! Following a corner, the ball finds its way to FantAntonio and he curls a wicked effort inches wide of the far post, Buffon rooted to the spot
15' Another offside flag, this time for Vidal, who was one on one with Handanovic: the keeper saves but the whistle had gone anyway
12' Palacio has the ball in the back of the net but the flag is up for a very close offside call
10' Cambiasso has another go from distance: over again
10' Cambiasso tries his luck from the edge of the box: over
9' Pirlo's long ball finds Marchisio in the box: his weak effort is gathered comfortably by Handanovic
8' Marchisio has a free shot but Handanovic does superbly to stand up to his volley
5' Cassano centres from the left, no problem for Buffon to collect
4' From the right, Giovinco curls a cross over the box: it clears everyone
1' Welcome to Juventus Stadium for tonight's top-of-the-table clash between Juventus and Inter in Week 11 of the 2012/13 Serie A
1' GOAL FOR JUVE. Asamoah - clearly in an offside position - squares for Vidal to tuck home and give the hosts an early lead
1' The hosts take the opening kick-off to get Juventus v Inter under way
1' This is the 194th 'Derby of Italy', the 95th played in Turin
1' And there's a three-pronged attack of Palacio, Cassano and Milito
1' Stramaccioni has gone for a four-man midfield with Gargano and Cambiasso in the centre, Zanetti and Nagatomo on the flanks
1' Juan Jesus returns from suspension to take his place in the back three alongside Ranocchia and Samuel, with Handanovic between the sticks
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48' It's over: Juventus 1-3 Inter. The Nerazzurri win their 7th league game on the spin and move up to 27 points, one behind Juve
47' Pirlo lofts a ball forward for Bendtner, the striker's header is weak and that's no problem for Handanovic
45' 3-1 TO INTER!!! The Nerazzurri break on the counter, Nagatomo runs into a blind alley in the box but then feeds Palacio, who beats Buffon
42' Close for Juve: Quagliarella hits a powerful effort just wide
42' Handanovic comes out to collect a dangerous cross from Asamoah
40' Zanetti is booked for a foul on Asamoah
38' Bendtner tries to lob Handanovic from a near impossible angle, it goes out on the far side
37' Pirlo hits a thunderbolt from outside the box, Handanovic does enough to keep it out and concedes a corner
36' Marchisio shoots from outside the box but skews his effort well wide
35' Stramaccioni brings Mudingayi on for Milito
33' Substitution for Juve as Caceres makes way for Quagliarella
30' GOOOOAAAAL FOR INTER!!! Guarin makes an instant impact rifling in a low shot that Buffon only parries and Milito buries the loose ball. 2-1!
29' Barzagli fouls Milito in the centre of the pitch
29' Palacio drills in a low cross, Cambiasso is whiskers away from connecting
24' Inter substitution: Guarin replaces Cassano
22' Asamoah's cross comes off Zanetti, Handanovic claims
20' Handanovic punches clear Pirlo's free kick
17' Bonucci is shown a yellow for a foul on Milito
14' GOAL FOR INTER! El Principe makes no mistake from the spot. Nerazzurri deservedly level. 1-1 and game on
13' Penalty for Inter: Marchisio tugs Milito down inside the box
12' A fantastic ball by Cassano frees Nagatomo, who cuts inside and tests Buffon: saved
8' Good chance for Inter: the Nerazzurri's attacking trio break on the counter, Milito tees up Palacio but El Trenza shoots over
7' Ranocchia hits a long ball up for Palacio, the Argentine goes round Buffon on the far right of the box and attempts to turn his shot in from an extremely tight angle. It hits the side netting
6' Chiellini is booked for a foul on Milito
6' Bonucci shoots from range, Handanovic saves
3' Pirlo is booked for fouling Palacio
1' We're back under way at Juventus Stadium
1' Juve have made a change: Bendtner is on for Vucinic
Average rating 8.36
7 shots on target 6
7 shots off target 10
22 fouls committed 10
3 corners 3
5 offsides 3
51% ball possession 49%
First meeting between the coaches

Antonio Conte and Andrea Stramaccioni are facing off as coaches for the first time.

Conte v Inter: unbeaten as coach, defeated in last game as player

Conte is taking on Inter for the fourth time in his coaching career, having won two and drawn one of the three previous meetings. Conte ended his competitive playing career against Inter on 4 April 2004: Inter 3-2 Juventus. Conte came on as a 72nd-minute substitute for Camoranesi.

Double 8-game winning streak for Inter: in away games and overall

Inter have won their last eight competitive fixtures: in Serie A, against ChievoVerona (0-2 away), Fiorentina (2-1 at home), AC Milan (0-1 away), Catania (2-0 at home), Bologna (1-3 away) and Sampdoria (3-2 at home), and in the Europa League, against Neftçi (1-3 away) and Partizan Belgrade (1-0 at home). The last time the Nerazzurri failed to win was on 23 September, a 0-2 home defeat to Siena in Serie A. Stramaccioni's side have also claimed victory in their last eight away matches: against Hajduk Split and Vaslui (0-3 and 0-2 respectively in the Europa League), Pescara, Torino and Chievo Verona (0-3, 0-2 and 0-2 in Serie A), Neftchi Baku (1-3 in the Europa League), AC Milan and Bologna (0-1 and 1-3 in Serie A). The last time the Nerazzurri didn't win on the road was in the 3-1 defeat to Lazio on 13 May (Serie A). They have won every away match in 2012/13. Should Inter string together a 9th away victory today, it would be their best run since December 2006 - March 2007, when they managed the same number of consecutive away wins (9) in Serie A and the Coppa Italia.

Mudingayi aiming for 200th game in Serie A

Should Gaby Mudingayi take to the pitch tonight, it will be his 200th career appearance in Serie A. His 199 games to date have come wearing the colours of Lazio, Bologna and Inter. Mudingayi made his Serie A debut on 1 October 2005 in Udinese 3-0 Lazio.

Head-to-head between the goal cooperatives of 2012/13

After getting 22 different players on the score sheet in Serie A in 2011/12 , this time around, 10 games into the current league campaign, Juventus have already had 12 different scorers: Asamoah, Caceres, Giaccherini, Giovinco, Lichtsteiner, Marchisio, Matri, Pirlo, Pogba, Quagliarella, Vidal and Vucinic. Ten different players have hit the net for Inter: Cambiasso, Cassano, Coutinho, Guarin, Milito, Palacio, Pereira, Ranocchia, Samuel and Sneijder.

Records for Juventus and Inter

Juventus v Inter sees Serie A's current top two face off boasting a number of records between them. The Bianconeri have the most wins (9) while the Nerazzurri have the second most (8). Juventus are the only side yet to have lost, while Inter are the only team yet to have drawn. The Bianconeri have the best attack (22 goals, the same as Roma) and the best defence (5 conceded); Inter have the third best attack with 19 goals. Juventus have won all five homes games in 2012/13 whereas Inter have won all five away fixtures. The Bianconeri have the best scoring record at home (12 goals), the Nerazzurri the second best scoring record away (Roma have 13, although three of those are part of the 0-3 walkover awarded to them for the cancelled match against Cagliari).

Inter bad for Buffon, good for Marchisio

Gianluigi Buffon has picked the ball out of the net more times against Inter than against any other team in his professional career: 36 out of 558 in total. Claudio Marchisio has scored 2 of his 21 career goals against Inter, the same number as against Fiorentina, AC Milan, Palermo, Siena and Udinese.

Juventus unbeaten in 33 home matches

Juventus haven't been beaten at home in competitive fixtures since 5 March 2011 when AC Milan left Turin with a 0-1 victory. In the 33 games played since then, the Bianconeri have won 22 and drawn 11. Of those 33 fixtures only once have they failed to hit the target, on 5 February 2012 when they were held to a 0-0 draw by Siena. They have racked up 71 goals in the other 32 games.

wins(16) draws(19) defeats(69)

starting lineups

Buffon 1 Handanovic
Barzagli 23 Ranocchia
Bonucci 25 Samuel
Chiellini 40 Jesus
Lichtsteiner 4 Zanetti
Vidal 21 Gargano
Pirlo 19 Cambiasso
Marchisio 55 Nagatomo
Asamoah 8 Palacio
Giovinco 99 Cassano
Vucinic 22 Milito


Storari 12 Castellazzi
Lucio 27 Belec
Caceres 6 Silvestre
Pogba 11 Alvarez
De Ceglie 14 Guarin
Bendtner 16 Mudingayi
Padoin 31 Pereira
Giaccherini 33 Mbaye
Quagliarella 41 Duncan
Matri 88 Livaja