Inter-Roma Set To Be Played In Front Of Full San Siro

More than 2,000 Roma fans are set to travel to Milan next Sunday evening for a hotly anticipated clash between Inter and the Giallorossi at San Siro.

According to Corriere dello Sport, the Stadio Giuseppe Meazza is likely to be full once again as the Nerazzurri host another of Serie A’s big teams. There are no territorial limitations, as is the case when Roma play Napoli for example, and so it looks as though another crucial game for Inter will be played in front of a capacity crowd.

The game is likely to be sold out, with over 50,000 tickets already sold. In fact, sales have almost reached the 60,000 mark and there is still more than a week to go.

So far this season, Inter have averaged the highest crowds in Serie A by quite some considerable margin. At least 50,000 fans have watched Inter play at home, while nearest challengers Juventus average around 39,000 at the Allianz Stadium.

Inter-Roma Set To Be Played In Front Of Full San Siro

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