The Nerazzurri have not won in the league since they beat Lecce on March 5. Since then, they have lost to Spezia, Juventus, and Fiorentina and then drawn with Salernitana. They have dropped to fifth in the table and the pressure is really building on Simone Inzaghi.
As for Monza, their season has levelled out so far and whilst they look more than fine to avoid relegation, they can’t seem to hold enough form together to worry the top half of the table this season.
Inter vs Monza: Predicted line-ups
Danilo D’Ambrosio is going to be back from suspension for this match against the Brianzoli but Hakan Calhanoglu is not expected to be back from his injury in time, although he is getting closer. The Champions League game against Benfica will likely result in some rotation from Simone Inzaghi.
Dany Mota is still going to be absent for Monza but there are no players who will be suspended. Stefano Sensi and Michele Di Gregorio are expected to start the game against their old club.
Inter predicted XI vs Monza (3-5-2): Onana; D’Ambrosio, De Vrij, Bastoni; Dumfries, Barella, Asllani, Mkhitaryan, Gosens; Dzeko, Lautaro.
Monza predicted XI vs Inter (3-4-2-1): Di Gregorio; Marlon, Mari, Izzo; Ciurria, Pessina, Rovella, Carlos Augusto; Sensi, Caprari; Petagna.
Inter vs Monza: When does the Serie A fixture start?
Kick-off in the Serie A Matchday 30 fixture of Inter vs Monza is set for 20:45 CEST, local time in Italy, on Saturday, April 15.
For viewers in the United Kingdom and Ireland, the game will start at 19:45 BST. That is 14:45 EST / 11:45 PST in the United States.
Inter vs Monza: Where to watch the Serie A fixture?
For fans in the United States, Inter vs Monza will be on Paramount+ along with other fixtures on Serie A Matchday 30.
Inter vs Monza will be shown on BT Sport 4 in the United Kingdom and Ireland.