Final score

2 February 2014 20:45

11' (2nd half) Vidal
2' (2nd half) Chiellini
15' Lichtsteiner
3 - 1
27' (2nd half) Rolando
Referee: Gianluca Rocchi / Linesmen: Ghiandai, Padovan / Fourth official: Barbirati / Assistants: Peruzzo, Giacomelli
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Minute Text commentary
47' There's the half-time whistle, Lichtsteiner's header separates the sides at the break. Juventus 1-0 Inter
45' Two minutes of added time
44' Inter upping the tempo as the first period comes to a close
42' Asamoah's shot is turned behind by Handanovic
41' Great chance for Inter on the counter: Kovacic slides it wide to Palacio but the Argentine lifts his effort over the bar
38' Tevez gets a shot away from the edge of the area, Handanovic makes the save
35' Inter are winning the ball back well and looking to build play down the flanks, but Juve are plugging all the holes for now
32' Juventus earn a couple of corners, Kuzmanovic clears the first and the second comes to nothing
30' Good bit of sustained possession from Inter but they're unable to fashion a chance from it
22' Pogba shoots over from outside the box
21' Inter are trying to muster a response but Juventus are standing strong
15' Goal for Juventus: Lichtsteiner latches onto Pirlo's lovely dinked pass over the top and heads past Handanovic to give the hosts the lead
13' Kuzmanovic lunges in on Vidal, earning himself a yellow card, though a foul on Jonathan just before went unpunished
10' Taider looks to play Palacio in over the top, Barzagli manages to flick it out of danger
9' The game's being played at a high tempo: enjoyable fare at Juventus Stadium so far
6' Inter are trying to build their play through Kovacic and are keeping hold of the ball well
4' Handanovic pulls off a fantastic double save to deny Tevez an early opener
1' Welcome to Juventus Stadium in Turin for this 2013/14 Serie A Week 22 clash between Juventus and Inter
1' The Bianconeri get the ball rolling and the Derby d'Italia is under way!
1' The midfield five is made up of Jonathan, Kovacic, Kuzmanovic, Taider and Nagatomo, while Alvarez slots into the hole behind frontman Palacio
1' Walter Mazzarri sticks with Handanovic between the posts and a three-man rearguard of Campagnaro, Rolando and Juan Jesus
Minute Text commentary
48' The ref calls an end to proceedings. A great reaction from the Nerazzurri wasn't enough. Juventus 3-1 Inter
46' Vucinic has a chance to shoot from inside the box, Rolando sticks a foot out and deflects it onto the post and behind
45' Three minutes of stoppage time have been awarded
42' Corner for Inter, Rolando is there again with a header but Storari is well placed to make the stop
41' Juve's final substitution sees Vucinic come on for Llorente
41' D'Ambrosio chips a fine ball into the box, Palacio tries to place his header into the top corner but misses the target
38' Tevez looks to beat Rolando but the centre-back does superbly to win possession
37' Another change for Conte. Lichtsteiner makes way for Isla
37' Lichtsteiner strides forward on the counter before shooting way over
33' Inter are really starting to get at Juve now showing good movement. Botta has made a great impact since coming on
31' Alvarez swings in a cross looking for D'Ambrosio, Bonucci gets there first and concedes a corner
28' Alvarez is cautioned for a foul on Lichtsteiner
27' GOAL FOR INTER: From a corner the ball falls for Rolando, who shoots across goal and into the far corner. 3-1
25' Inter keep plugging away but Juventus maintain a firm grasp on the game
21' Mazzarri makes his final switch as Botta comes on for Kovacic
18' Substitution for Juventus. Barzagli is forced off with an injury. Caceres is on in his place
14' Pogba is booked for a foul on Kovacic
13' Another substitution for Inter: Danilo D'Ambrosio makes his Nerazzurri debut, replacing Jonathan
13' Taider lets fly with a decent effort from range: wide
11' Goal for Juventus: Handanovic parries Pogba's shot but Vidal swoops to make it 3-0
10' First change for Inter: Milito is on for Kuzmanovic
7' Taider breaks forward and works the ball to Alvarez, who puts in a low delivery. Palacio shakes off his man but skies his effort
2' 47: Goal for Juventus. A corner is half-cleared, the ball bounces about and drops for Chiellini, who fires home from close range
1' The second half has begun
Average rating 4.5
5 shots on target 2
6 shots off target 4
12 fouls committed 14
8 corners 4
0 offsides 1
52% ball possession 48%
Chiellini set for 400th career appearance

Giorgio Chiellini will play his 400th match as a professional footballer if he features against Inter tonight. The Italy defender has worn the colours of Livorno, Fiorentina and Juventus, clocking up 251 Serie A appearances, 79 in Serie B, 24 in the Coppa Italia, 42 in European competition and three in other tournaments. He made his debut on 12 August 2001, in Palermo 3-0 Livorno (Coppa Italia).

Quagliarella eyeing 100 in black and white

Fabio Quagliarella could turn out for Juventus for the 100th time if he is involved this evening. The striker has so far collected 81 appearances in Serie A with the Bianconeri, seven in the Coppa Italia and 11 in European competition. His first game for the club was on 29 august 2010 in Bari 1-0 Juventus

Inter's 315 goalless minutes on the road

Since Nagatomo bagged Inter's second in the 45th minute of their 4-2 defeat at Napoli on 15 December, Mazzarri's men have not hit the back of the net in 315 minutes of competitive football on their travels. The Nerazzurri fired blanks in the second half at the San Paolo and in the three following away games (all 1-0 defeats) at Lazio and Genoa (Serie A) and Udinese (Coppa Italia).

Inter winless in 2014

The Nerazzurri have not registered a victory since the turn of the year, having drawn two and lost three of the five matches played in Serie A and the Coppa Italia. Their last win was in the Milan Derby: 1-0 over the Rossoneri on 22 December 2013.

Conte has upper hand but was sacked after losing to Mazzarri in 2010

In the eight previous match-ups in competitive fixtures between Antonio Conte and Walter Mazzarri, the Bianconeri coach is slightly ahead in results: he has three wins to his name, while the Nerazzurri boss has two and there have been three draws. Conte's first defeat at the hands of his counterpart came at a particularly heavy price though: he was sacked immediately after Atalanta 0-2 Napoli on 6 January 2010.

Juventus' 34-match scoring streak in Serie A

The Bianconeri have found the net in each of their last 34 league games (across last season and the current campaign) racking up 72 goals in the process. The last time they drew a blank in the championship was on 16 February 2013: Roma 1-0 Juventus.

Serie A's three most decisive players on the field

Juventus v Inter could see Italy's three most decisive players all on the pitch together. Vidal has contributed to 19 points to Juve's cause with his goals while Llorente's goalscoring exploits have brought home 13 points, the same number that Palacio's efforts have provided Inter with.

Nerazzurri still awaiting first penalty of the season

Inter are one of the two remaining teams yet to be awarded a spot-kick in the 2013/14 Serie A (Chievo are the other). It's a particularly incredible statistic for Mazzarri's side, considering that they have one of the best attacks in the league (38 goals). The Nerazzurri's last penalty came on 8 May 2013 (23 rounds ago), Alvarez missing from 12 yards in the 1-3 defeat at Lazio.

Good record for Conte in the dugout against Inter, his last opponents as a player

Antonio Conte faces Inter for the seventh time in his coaching career tonight. His record is positive (W3, D2, L1) and his teams have scored in all of those games (nine in total). The Nerazzurri were also the opposition for Conte's last match before hanging up his boots: Juventus beat Inter 2-3 at the San Siro on 4 April 2004, the midfielder featuring for the last 18 minutes after replacing Camoranesi in the 72nd minute.

Advantage Bianconeri over Mazzarri

As a coach, Walter Mazzarri has locked horns with Juventus 20 times before today, winning five, drawing eight and losing seven.

wins(16) draws(20) defeats(69)

starting lineups

Storari 30 1 Handanovic
Chiellini 3 14 Campagnaro
Pogba 6 35 Rolando
Tevez 10 5 Jesus
Llorente 14 2 Jonathan
Barzagli 15 10 Kovacic
Bonucci 19 17 Kuzmanovic
Pirlo 21 21 Taïder
Asamoah 22 55 Nagatomo
Vidal 23 11 Alvarez
Lichtsteiner 26 8 Palacio


Rubinho 34 12 Castellazzi
Vannucchi 36 30 Carrizo
Caceres 4 4 Zanetti
Ogbonna 5 6 Andreolli
Pepe 7 9 Icardi
Marchisio 8 16 Mudingayi
Vucinic 9 20 Botta
Giovinco 12 22 Milito
Peluso 13 23 Ranocchia
Padoin 20 25 Samuel
Isla 33 33 D'Ambrosio