The first day of Serie A TIM 2022/23 also begins for Inter who will have to go away to Lecce. Lecce – Inter Milan will be played Saturday 13th August 2022 at the Via del Mare stadium in Lecce with the kick-off set for hours 20:45.
The Nerazzurri will seek revenge after winning the Italian Cup and the Italian Super Cup but having lost the Scudetto due to a bad recovery match against Bologna, letting the Milan “cousins” win. The return of Romelu Lukaku bodes well, but first of all they have to overcome the obstacle of Lecce which comes from an excellent year in Serie B which ended with first place.
Where to see the game?
Lecce – Inter is scheduled for Saturday 13 August 2022, at the ‘Via del Mare’ stadium in Lecce with the kick-off expected at 20:45. The match will be televised live on Sky: reference channels, Sky Sport One (numbers 201 and 239 of the satellite, 472 and 482 of the digital terrestrial), Sky Sport Soccer (numbers 202 and 240 of the satellite, 473 and 483 of the digital terrestrial), Sky Sport 4K (number 213 of the satellite), Sky Sports (number 251 and 271 of the satellite). The game in streaming will instead be visible on DAZN, SkyGo and NOW: subscribers will need to download the related applications on compatible smart TVs, smartphones, tablets, on PlayStation 4 or 5 or Xbox consoles (One, One S, One X, Series X, Series S), or by connecting the TV with devices such as Amazon Firestick or Google Chromecast.
They will be Ricky Buscaglia And Dario Marcolin to make the commentary of the match for DAZN, while for Sky they will think about it Maurizio Compagnoni And Luca Marchegiani.
Baroni’s Lecce will appear on the field with a probable form 4-3-3 with Strefezza, Ceesay and Di Francesco in attack, Bistovic, Hjulmand and Askildsen in midfield and Gendrey, Blin, Cetin and Frabotta in defense.
Simone Inzaghi’s Inter, on the other hand, will take the field with the now customary 3-5-2 with Lautaro and Lukaku in attack, Dumfries, Barella, Asllani, Calhanoglu and Gosens in midfield and Skriniar, De Vrij and Bastoni in defense.
- Lecce (4-3-3): Falcon; Gendrey, Blin, Cetin, Frabotta; Bistrovic, Hjulmand, Askildsen; Strefezza, Ceesay, Di Francesco
- Inter (3-5-2): Handanovic; Skriniar, De Vrij, Batons; Dumfries, Barella, Asllani, Calhanoglu, Gosens; Lautaro, Lukaku