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Saj Chowdhury

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  1. Post update

    Inter 0-0 Juventus

    Anyway, thanks for joining this European live text tonight. Get your BBC Euro  fix again on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday with the Champions League and Europa League.


  2. So where does that leave both sides?

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    So where does that leave both sides? I type again.

    Inter remain in third, but move up 17 points, level with Roma.

    Juve now have nine points and remain in 14th.

    They are back in Champions League action this week again Borussia Monchengladbach, where they will be seeking both solace and their third win in three games.


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    It is all over. Referee Paolo Valeri has had enough - I think he ran out of yellow cards, he handed out so many*

    *He didn't actually physically hand any out


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    Inter's Miranda goes into the book for a foul on Mario Mandzukic. I think that's everybody booked - seconds remaining of the match.

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    Juve are desperate for the win - defender Giorgio Chiellini even tries an overhead kick in the Inter area. I don't need to tell you where it ended up.

    We are in the period known as stoppage time.

    Giorgio Chiellini

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     Juve defender Giorgio Chiellini complains he didn't bring down Marcelo Brozovic - but the ref thought he did and books him.

    The resultant free-kick from 25 yards, and slightly to the right, is fired over by Ivan Perisic.


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    Juve are looking threatening around the Inter area. This could go either way, or it might not. 

    At the other end it's a free-kick for Inter from 22 yards after Sami Khedira brings down Mauro Icardi. But the set-piece comes to nothing. A waste for the home side.


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    Simone Zaza's day is done. He is replaced by Juve team-mate, Argentine striker Paulo Dybala, who cost £23.4m from Palermo. No pressure on the lad this season. None at all.


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    The sixth yellow card of the match comes out - this one is for Inter's Marcelo Brozovic who scythes down Paul Pogba from behind.

    We have less than 15 minutes of normal time remaining.   

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  11. Ben Arfa scores again!

    Rennes 0-2 Nice

    Remember that Hatem Ben Arfa that used to score Goal of the Month contenders for Newcastle? Not the one who used to disappear from games and didn't track back?

    Anyway, the 'good' Ben Arfa has been playing very well for his new side Nice, and has scored his seventh of the season at Rennes - a dazzling run, topped off by an angled drive.

    Hatem Ben Arfa

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    Sami O-Deara!

    Alvaro Morata, wriggling in the area, lays the ball into the unmarked Sami Khedira, whose effort from no more than six yards hits the outside of the far post.

    Alvaro Morata

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    Brazilian Felipe Melo, on a yellow, comes off and is replaced by the more attacking midfielder Fredy Guarin.


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    Former Manchester United full-back Patrice Evra is shown a yellow after bringing down Stevan Jovetic, who's been a busy lad tonight.

    That was the fifth of the match - the tackles haven't been flying in as regularly in this half.

  15. Stinging shot

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    Stevan Jovetic does have a firm shot on him. The Montenegro forward launches one from 25 yards, special delivery, which Gianluigi Buffon gets his whole body behind.

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    Paul Pogba produces a dazzling run in the middle of the park and plays in Juve team-mate Juan Cuadrado on the edge of the area. However the Colombia international fails to find the fast arriving forward Simone Zaza. 

    Paul Pogba
  17. Post update

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    Juve's Spanish striker Alvaro Morata, yes he is playing tonight, swings at a corner-ball that arrives at his feet, eight yards out, and slices wide. He was defending.

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    That's 2,749,933.67 of your British pounds sterling.


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    Crikey! Juan Cuadrado forces another save from Samir Handanovic - this time the low angled shot pinballs off both feet of the keeper and creeps just wide of the post.

    Juan Cuadrado
  21. KICK-OFF

    Inter 0-0 Juventus

    We are back under way. Remember Inter can go top with a win.

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    His side are winning 1-0.

  23. Germany's biggest snooker fan* joins Twitter

    Germany World Cup winner and Bayern Munich defender/midfielder Philipp Lahm has jumped on Twitter - and one of the 38 people he is following so far is five-time world snooker champion Ronnie O'Sullivan.

    He wants to focus on this week's Champions League match at Arsenal. Naturally.

    *He might not be

  24. Ligue 1 - Marseille stutter again

    Nine-time French champions Marseille were held to a 1-1 draw by Lorient - leaving the side in 16th place with only nine points from 10 games.

    Coach Michel's side took the lead thanks to a Michy Batshuayi penalty midway through the first half before Benjamin Moukandjo levelled for the visitors before the interval.

    Meanwhile, in the late match ninth-place Nice are winning 1-0 at fifth-place Rennes. It's approaching half-time in that match.

  25. Photo of the first half

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    Simone Zaza and Felipe Melo
    Image caption: The moment Inter's Felipe Melo felt the boot of Simone Zaza - his voice became squeakier after that

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    I think referee Paolo Valeri was desperate to rest those legs. Barely any stoppage time is played.

    That was an incredible first half. Goals? Where we're going we don't need goals. I think that what Doc Emmett Brown said.

  27. Superb defending

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    Two pieces of brilliant defending that Bobby Moore would have been proud of.

    First Andrea Barzagli robs Inter's Mauro Icardi, after an awkward ball was played over the top. And at the other end Jeison Murillo made a sliding tackle to prevent Simone Zaza from shooting in the area.

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  29. Should that have been a second yellow?

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    Inter midfielder Felipe Melo seems to get away with it. The Brazilian on a yellow appears to bring down Juve's Claudio Marchisio. 

    Referee Paolo Valeri is not interested, and Melo applauds him for it. Hmmm...

  30. CLOSE!

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    Stevan Jovetic hammers in a low 30-yard free-kick which just misses the outstretched boot of team-mate Mauro Icardi.

    By the way, there are only 10 minutes remaining of this half. That's only 10!!


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    Inter piling on the pressure now with a huge shovel. Both Stevan Jovetic and Mauro Icardi just fail to their heads on a cross from the right.

    And then Marcelo Brozovic curls in a beauty from the left of the area which Gianluigi Buffon somehow tips on to the bar. Remarkable keeping.

    Juan Jesus (left) and Simone Zaza
  32. Handball?

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    Handball! But no. But yes. But no penalty.

    Juve's Leonardo Bonucci unintentionally uses his arm as Marcelo Brozovic fires in a cross from the left. Moments later Stevan Jovetic has a low firm drive blocked by Giorgio Chiellini.

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  34. Half-chance

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    Simone Zaza has a great chance to open the scoring for Juventus but just as he's about to unleash a shot from 18 yards, he stumbles, possibly tripped by Inter's Miranda. Possibly.

    Simone Zaza
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    Will there be a return to the halcyon days of the 1990s when the Italian league was the strongest in Europe?

    Where does it now rank among the top five leagues?

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    Paul Carolan: I live in Italy and I must say it is a lot better this year. Probably because Juventus are not as good as last season but other teams have improved like Fiorentina and Napoli.

    Lekan Adams: In my opinion football itself is on the down. All the talents seems to be focused in one league to certain teams creating and unbalance. I remember back when teams from Spain, Italy, England, Holland not only had world class players and some young talent but the talents were also spread out. Now it's too congested. Just my opinion .


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    Juve's Zaza is booked for a foul on Inter's Felipe Melo - he appeared to catch him in the "Scudetti". That's yellow card number four.


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    Another yellow - the third so far. This time Juve midfielder Sami Khedira goes into the ref's book for a foul on Stevan Jovetic. 

    The fouled player, who Manchester City say is on loan, takes a bullet of a free-kick that misses the Juve upright by a couple of feet.

    Sami Khedira fouls Stevan Jovetic
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    Inter's Brazilian midfielder Felipe Melo, no stranger to cards, also goes into the book for a foul on Juve's Juan Cuadrado.

    This is heating up. Will it end 11 v 11?

    Felipe Melo fouls Juan Cuadrado

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    Juve's Claudio Marchisio goes into the book for pulling back Inter's Mauro Icardi as the home side were looking to hit their opponents on the counter.

    Claudio Marchisio

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    Colombia international Juan Cuadrado stings the palms of Inter keeper Samir Handanovic with a strike from 12 yards, having surged into the right-hand side of the area. What a great start for coach Massimiliano Allegri's side.

  42. Post update

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    The visitors are applying pressure in the early stages. Remember, champions Juve are down in 14th after seven games. An early goal would be more than ideal.

    Mauro Icardi
  43. KICK-OFF

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    Yes, it was a 19:45 BST kick-off - they kick off three minutes late. Pah!

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  45. Inter fans dig at Juve

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    Maybe Juve will make Inter fans eat their words, metaphoricall speaking. Four minutes until kick-off.

  46. Another Anoeta win

  47. Atletico back in the groove

    Atletico Madrid won their first league game since 22 September with the help of Antoine Griezmann's delightful first-half goal and Yannick Ferreira-Carrasco's injury-time effort which saw off the challenge coach David Moyes' Real Sociedad at the Anoeta Stadium. Sociedad had Diego Reyes and Jonathas sent off late in the game.

    The result moves them to 16 points and up one place into fourth, ahead of Villarreal on goal difference. Moyes' side are only out of the relegation zone on goal difference with six points from eight games.

    They are two points shy of Real Madrid, Barcelona and Celta Vigo, who moved to second after a 2-1 away to Villarreal.

    Antoine Griezmann (right)
    Image caption: Antoine Griezmann (right) dinked the ball over the keeper Geronimo Rulli for his goal
  48. Elsewhere in Serie A today

    Napoli moved into fourth as Lorenzo Insigne's sixth goal of the season helped the side on their way to a 2-1 win over Serie A leaders Fiorentina. Argentine Gonzalo Higuain grabbed the winner.

    They are now three points behind Fiorentina, and above Lazio on goal difference after the Rome side lost 2-1 at Sassuolo.

    Lorenzo Insigne celebrates with Gonzalo Higuain
  49. Mancini speaks to the BBC

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    Inter manager Roberto Mancini spoke to BBC's World Football programme this week.

    He spoke about Chelsea's plight, his old club Manchester City, AC Milan striker Mario Balotelli, who he managed, and of course today's opponents.

    Listen to the interview here.

    Robeto Mancini
  50. LINE-UPS

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    Inter welcome back forward Stevan Jovetic who has recovered from a leg injury. 

    Juventus are without Uruguayan defender Martin Caceres, who has a sprained ankle and will be sidelined "for 10-15 days". Spaniard Alvaro Morata starts in attack for them.

  51. Team news coming up

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    It's quite a star-studded offering tonight... as you will soon see

  52. Juve midfielder Pogba looks ahead

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    If you look at the top of the Serie A table - we have Fiorentina, Roma, Inter Milan and Lazio all bunched together.

    It could prove to be one of the best title races in recent years, with not one team dominating.

    Teams spent big last summer therefore there are stronger squads, with real depth.

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    Where does it now rank among the top five leagues?

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    Paul Pogba
  54. Alarms bells for Allegri?

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    Massimiliano Allegri

    Groundhog day, deja vu, "we've been here before"... label it how you want but there are similarities with what is happening to coach Massimiliano Allegri at Juventus, and what he has experienced before.

    Cagliari: First season 9th, second season sacked

    AC Milan: First season Serie A title (2011), sacked early 2014

    Juventus: First season Serie A title, second season currently 14th

    He takes his side to Milan where they play in the Inter garden where everything is rosy under the leadership of ex-Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini.

    However, Inter haven't won in two games, while Juve came away 3-1 winners against Bologna last time out.

    Who will come out on top in this clash of the titans at the Giuseppe Meazza?