Internazionale

form

All
MIL 0 - 3 INT
W
INT 3 - 1 LAZ
W
JUV 0 - 0 INT
D
FIO 0 - 2 INT
W
INT 1 - 2 JUV
L
INT 4 - 0 BEN
W
INT 2 - 1 MIL
W
UDI 0 - 0 INT
D
INT 2 - 0 JUV
W
FIO 1 - 2 INT
W
Torino

form

All
CAG 0 - 1 TOR
W
TOR 0 - 0 GEN
D
ATA 3 - 3 TOR
D
TOR 1 - 1 FIO
D
BEN 2 - 2 TOR
D
TOR 0 - 0 SPE
D
MIL * 0 - 0 TOR
L
MIL 2 - 0 TOR
L
TOR 1 - 1 VER
D
TOR 1 - 1 BOL
D
Head to Head
20 Matches (7 Draws)
9 Total wins 4
4 Home wins 2
5 Away wins 2
Last 5 Matches
3 Wins
1 Draw
1 Wins
INT 4 - 2 TOR
INT 3 - 1 TOR
TOR 0 - 3 INT
TOR 1 - 0 INT
INT 2 - 2 TOR
12 Goals Scored 6
Games Over 2.5 Goals 4 / 5
Both Teams Scored 3 / 5
Team Comparison
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  • Distribution
  • Discipline
Player Comparison

Match Facts

  1. Inter have won their last two Serie A matches against Torino and they could record 3+ consecutive wins against the Granata in the competition for the first time since September 2008.
  2. Since their return to Serie A (from 2012/13), Torino have lost only three of their eight away league games against Inter (W2 D3): during this period, only Juventus (one) and Roma (two) have recorded fewer defeats against the Nerazzurri at Meazza stadium among the teams always present in the competition.
  3. Inter have won only three of their first 10 matches this season in all competitions (D5 L2): the last time the Nerazzurri achieved only three wins in their first 11 games of a campaign was back in 1983/84 under Luigi Radice.
  4. Torino won their last away league match against Genoa and could record two consecutive wins on the road in Serie A for the first time since November 2019; the last team under Marco Giampaolo to have won two away Serie A matches in a row was Sampdoria in March 2019.
  5. Torino have dropped the most points from winning positions (11) in the Big 5 European Leagues in 2020/21 – in the 2019/20 season, only Brescia (34) lost more points than the Granata (27) from winning positions in those leagues.
  6. Inter have netted the most headed goals in Serie A this season (four); only Marseille and Atletico Madrid (four) boast more players than Inter (three - Lautaro, D’Ambrosio and Perisic) with 1+ headed goal in the Big 5 European Leagues in 2020/21.
  7. Torino have scored six goals in the first 30 minutes of action in Serie A games this season, a joint-high alongside Atalanta; 50% of Torino’s goals have arrived in this period (6/12), with no team netting a higher percentage.
  8. Romelu Lukaku has found the net in his first two home league games this season, the last Inter player to score in each of his first three Serie A matches of a season at Meazza stadium was Daniel Osvaldo in 2014/15.
  9. Ashley Young has found the net in his only Serie A match against Torino: the English winger scored in each of his first two games against a single Serie A/Premier League opponent only against Blackburn and Derby County, both with Aston Villa.
  10. Among goalkeepers with 5+ appearances in Serie A this season, only Alex Cordaz (46.9%) has posted a lower save percentage figure than Salvatore Sirigu (48.4%): from when Opta started collecting this data, in 2004/05, the only regular Torino ‘keeper to finish with a lower % in a season was Joe Hart in 2016/17 (62.9%).
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