Pescara v Inter Milan Odds : Punters treated to live stream service from Serie A
- Updated: August 26, 2012
Inter Milan will hope to get their Serie A season off to a winning start this weekend as Bet365 announce they are live streaming all the Italian games through their high quality television service, which includes Milan – Pescara on Sunday evening.
Following a disappointing campaign last year, Inter are hoping to be in the mix for the title this time around. Juventus and AC Milan may well be the teams to beat, but Inter want to contend for 1st position at the very least.
This means that a positive start for Andrea Stramaccioni’s men is essential. They are bound to have a poor run of form at some stage, but now is not the time. On the back of last season, they don’t want to be playing catch-tp.
Inter may need to be patient when it comes to finding their best form, largely because of the fact that they have a few new faces to bed in to the team. This includes Antonio Cassano – brought in from rivals AC Milan – and Rodrigo Palacio, their biggest summer signing.
Results wise though, they will aim to get it bang on from the very start and there is no doubt they will expect and their fans will demand, three points on Sunday evening.
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Pescara will do everything they can to prevent this though. In their first game since winning promotion from Serie B, they will be relishing the challenge of taking on one of Italy’s biggest teams on home soil.
It is the type of game they were promoted for and the atmosphere is bound to be fantastic on Sunday evening. They already have a competitive win under their belts going into this one too – a 1-0 win over Carpi in the Coppa Italia – Pescara are in a good spirits, no doubt about that.
Overall, this is a game that many expect Inter to win comfortably, but it is never as simple as that, especially on the opening weekend.
This may be title challengers taking on a newly promoted side, but it should be a very tight contest with one goal possibly enough to take the points.