The classic Milans stands out – El Diario del centro del pas

Inter, with Argentine striker Lautaro Martnez (photo) as the starter, receive Milan, who will have Swedish striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic, recovered from a coronavirus box, in the classic that captures the attention among the four games to be played today for the fourth date of Serie A in Italy.

The classic of the city of Milan, known as the Derbi della Madonnina, will be played from 1 p.m. (Argentine time) at the Giuseppe Meazza stadium shared by both clubs, with a limited number of people to mitigate the effects of the pandemic, and be televised on ESPN 2.

The other outstanding match on Saturday will be cheered by Atalanta as a visitor to Npoli.

The complete schedule for the fourth date of Series A is as follows:

Today: Napoli-Atalanta (10); Inter-Milan and Sampdoria-Lazio (both at 13); and Crotone-Juventus (15.45).

Maana: Bologna-Sassuolo (7.30); Spezia-Fiorentina and Turin-Cagliari (ambos a las 10); Udinese-Parma (13); y Rome-Benevento (15.45).

Monday: Verona-Genoa (15.45).

Main positions: Atalanta and Milan 9 points; Sassuolo, Juventus and Inter 7; Verona and Benevento 6.

England – Premier League – Date 5 begins

Liverpool, reigning champions and coming off a tough 7-2 loss to Aston Villa, playing the city’s classic against Everton, the only Premier League leader after winning all four of their games, in one of the six games to be held. today for the fifth date.

The classic of the city of Liverpool will be played from 8.30 (Argentine time) at the Goodison Park Stadium in Everton and will be televised by the ESPN seal.

Meanwhile, Leeds United, led by Argentine Marcelo Bielsa, just played on Monday closing the date against Wolverhampton, at Elland Road.

The Saturday schedule of the Premier will be completed with: Chelsea-Southampton (11); Manchester City-Arsenal (13.30) Newcastle-Manchester United (16).

On Sunday they will play: Sheffield United-Fulham (8); Crystal Palace-Brighton And Hove (10); Totthenam-West Ham (12.30) and Leicester-Aston Villa (15.15), while on Monday West Bromwich-Burnley (13.30) and Leeds-Wolverhampton (16) will do so.

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