There will be a huge Milan derby to look ahead to on Wednesday evening, as AC Milan and Inter Milan collide in the Supercoppa Italiana. The showpiece, which puts together the winners of the Coppa Italia and Serie A, will take place at the King Fahd International Stadium in Saudi Arabia.

Before Betting On AC Milan vs Inter Milan

This promises to be an exciting edition of the Supercoppa Italiana, as Inter and Milan clash in the showpiece for just the second time since 2010. The previous meeting took place in China, with Zlatan Ibrahimovic scoring in a 2-1 success for Milan. Both sides come into the game in Saudi in similar form, as neither have lost in their previous five.

The pressure will be on Milan as the Serie A champions, and they will be boosted after winning two of their previous three. However, retaining their title still appears incredibly unlikely as they sit nine points off Napoli. A Champions League finish this term looks set to be their goal, but they are just four points clear of Lazio.

Inter will also be challenging for a Champions League place this term, and they come into this match after an impressive run of form, which has seen them win four of their previous five. However, Inter still sit just three points ahead of Lazio, who remain fifth in the standings.

AC Milan claimed victory in the previous meeting between the sides this season, as they picked up a dramatic 3-2 win at the San Siro. That was their second straight success against their cross-city rivals, and means that they come into this final after losing just once in the previous five meetings. Inter’s only win during that period was a 3-0 success in the semi-final second leg of the Coppa Italia. 

AC Milan vs Inter Milan Supercoppa Italiana Offshore Odds

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This looks set to be an exciting edition of the event in Saudi Arabia. However, we like the chances of Inter picking up the piece of silverware, as they have been in excellent recent form since returning to action after the World Cup.