Inter Milan vs. AC Milan: Live Score, Analysis, Recap for Derby Della Madonnina

Mohamed Al-Hendy@Mo_HendyCorrespondent IMay 6, 2012

If you thought that the English Premier League was the only league with any excitement left in it, think again. Today, Milan's two giants will square off in one of the world's biggest derbies, the Derby della Madonnina.

Both teams go into this match with much at stake.

Having narrowed the gap at the top of the table back to a single point, AC Milan will be looking to push Juventus to the edge in hopes of overcoming the Bianconeri at the top of the table and claiming the league title.

To do so, they'll need to take the full six points from their last two games, and hope Juventus slip up one more time.

As for Inter Milan, Andrea Stramaccioni has initiated a revival at Inter since joining the club, but the Nerazzurri revival may just be too little too late.

A loss away to Parma looks likely to have put the nail in the coffin of Inter's quest to finish in third place, but they remain only three points behind Napoli with two games to go.

Anything is possible, and Inter's players will be looking to secure six points from their last two games so to at least do their part, and help Stramaccioni be appointed on a permanent basis as well.

This is one match you won't want to miss. Join me here at 1:15 p.m. for live commentary and analysis on the game.

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