Andrea Stramaccioni is sticking with his favored back-three against Juventus today, although he had reverted to a back four when Inter met Sampdoria last week. Considering the nerazzurri actually allowed two goals -- gasp -- Strama is taking no chances against the league leaders.
In fact, the Inter manager looks as though he's putting his faith in the powers of a rat-tail, adding Rodrigo Palacio up front with Antonio Cassano and Diego Milito in a 3-4-3. The man with the tail has scored 2 goals in five matches, whereas Cassano and Milito each have five from ten. Looks like the visitors are determined to stop Juve from reaching a 50-game unbeaten run.