Inter’s Antonio Candreva said he looks forward to a “really passionate game” with Juventus.“I already tasted it in the first game at a full San Siro, it was a nice atmosphere. Then we won against the strongest team in the League. It will be difficult, we know they’re the strongest. We have to give 100 per cent and try to express out qualities and strengths. We’re in good form though, we’ll go there to play,” he assured the club’s fans.Head of Public Relations and Communication at StarTimes, Israel Bolaji, emphasized the pay TV company’s commitment to deliver a fine mix of pulsating live sporting matches to its customers and football lovers.“We have shown and we will continue to demonstrate that we are a company focused on satisfying our customers by bringing to their living rooms live matches from the biggest players and clubs in top European leagues. These upcoming crackers are other opportunities to excite our customers,” said Bolaji.Others channels dedicated to showing sports include; ST World football, ST Sports Arena, ST Sports Focus, ST Sports Premium etc.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Sunday’s cracker between table-topping Juventus and Inter Milan promises to be full of the usual drama and intrigues associated with games of this magnitude in the Italian topflight Serie A.With Juve, Inter faces a pretty daunting task, as the Old Lady are not known to be losers in their home stadium in Turin, making the clash all the more worthwhile.All the Serie A fixtures this weekend are live and exclusively on StarTimes World football (channel 254 or 245).On Saturday, Napoli will start the weekend clashes with the trip to face Bologna. On Sunday, AC Milan is to battle Sampdoria while Chievo hosts Udinese. Pescara is to confront Lazio.