Who will come out on top in the Milan Derby and Le Classique?

Two of the biggest rivalries in European football take place today [March 17] as Inter face Milan and PSG host Olympique de Marseille.

The Derby della Madonnina is one of the oldest rivalries in football and the latest chapter could be one of the most important.

The two sides are separated by just a single point in the Serie A table as the pair go in search of UEFA Champions League football.

Milan sit third with Inter holding fourth position, three points ahead of AS Roma with 11 games remaining.

Mauro Icardi scored a 92th minute winner in the corresponding fixture back in October and Inter will be hoping for more joy at the San Siro.

The match is steeped in footballing history with some of the biggest names making their mark in the contest.

Zlatan Ibrahimović has goals for both sides including rounding off a sensational team effort in a thrilling 4-3 victory for Inter in 2006.

Ronaldo Nazário was another football great to dominate the Milan Derby, scoring four times during his time at the club.

In Ligue 1, PSG can take a step closer to the title when they take on OM in Le Classique.

Considered one of France’s biggest rivalries, OM are looking for a first win at the Parc des Princes since February 2010 when Hatem Ben Arfa, Lucho González and Benoît Cheyrou were on target in a 3-0 win.

But PSG have been on fire in the league this season losing just once and winning 24 of 27 games.

Kylian Mbappé helped settle the contest at the Orange Vélodrome earlier this season, scoring a fine goal before Julian Draxler made it 2-0.

Edinson Cavani is one of the all-time leading scorers in the fixture, netting seven since moving to PSG in 2013.

As for OM, a victory in the French capital would move Rudi Garcia’s men closer to Olympique Lyonnais who currently occupy the final Champions League spot.

Who will come out on top in the Milan Derby and Le Classique?

Two of the biggest rivalries in European football take place today [March 17] as Inter face Milan and PSG host Olympique de Marseille.

The Derby della Madonnina is one of the oldest rivalries in football and the latest chapter could be one of the most important.

The two sides are separated by just a single point in the Serie A table as the pair go in search of UEFA Champions League football.

Milan sit third with Inter holding fourth position, three points ahead of AS Roma with 11 games remaining.

Mauro Icardi scored a 92th minute winner in the corresponding fixture back in October and Inter will be hoping for more joy at the San Siro.

The match is steeped in footballing history with some of the biggest names making their mark in the contest.

Zlatan Ibrahimović has goals for both sides including rounding off a sensational team effort in a thrilling 4-3 victory for Inter in 2006.

Ronaldo Nazário was another football great to dominate the Milan Derby, scoring four times during his time at the club.

In Ligue 1, PSG can take a step closer to the title when they take on OM in Le Classique.

Considered one of France’s biggest rivalries, OM are looking for a first win at the Parc des Princes since February 2010 when Hatem Ben Arfa, Lucho González and Benoît Cheyrou were on target in a 3-0 win.

But PSG have been on fire in the league this season losing just once and winning 24 of 27 games.

Kylian Mbappé helped settle the contest at the Orange Vélodrome earlier this season, scoring a fine goal before Julian Draxler made it 2-0.

Edinson Cavani is one of the all-time leading scorers in the fixture, netting seven since moving to PSG in 2013.

As for OM, a victory in the French capital would move Rudi Garcia’s men closer to Olympique Lyonnais who currently occupy the final Champions League spot.