Kick-off at 6.45 pm in Milan for the fifth day of the Champions League group stage
The fifth day of the Champions League group stage includes eight matches on European Wednesday: Inter-Viktoria Plzen is one of the two matches in the afternoon, with kick-off at 18.45 at Giuseppe Meazza in Milan. The Swedish referee directs the match. Andreas Ekberg, assisting compatriots Culum and Nyberg with Klitte as fourth official. In the Var the German Dankert, assisted by his compatriot Dingert.
How Inter gets there
On the wings of enthusiasm with a three-day sigh of relief, those who went from success to 95 ‘at Fiorentina. The third consecutive victory in the league came to the Franchi and Romelu Lukaku, who has been absent since the end of August, should be back on the bench against the Czechs. For the Nerazzurri there is an obligation to win which would ensure arithmetic qualification for the round of 16 of the Champions League. Alternatively, you need to do the same result as Barcelona.
How Viktoria Plzen gets there
Well in the league, very bad in Europe. It was predictable given a really prohibitive group, but 3 goals scored and 16 conceded without any points are a really bad record. Here, perhaps the desire to assert without having anything to lose could be the loose cannon of Inter’s commitment, because on paper there is really a lot of difference between the technical rates of the two teams. In the Czech Republic Viktoria Plzen are leaders, with Slavia Prague chasing 4 points behind despite one more match.
Where to see Inter-Viktoria Plzen
Inter vs. Viktoria Plzen will be broadcast exclusively on Amazon Prime Video. The commentary will be entrusted to Sandro Piccinini with the technical commentary by Massimo Ambrosini. In streaming the game will be visible on the dedicated app, while with Sky Q it will be possible to access the application if you subscribe to both platforms. Live text on www.gazzetta.it.
October 26 – 07:24
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