Inter Milan owned 52% of the ball during that game and made 16 efforts on goal, with 5 of them going in. Edin Deko (67′) and Marcelo Brozovi (21′) both scored goals for Inter Milan.
AC Milan, their adversaries, made 21 attempts at goal with 5 of them being successful. For AC Milan, goals were scored by Olivier Giroud (54′), Rafael Leo (28′, 60′).
Inter Milan has scored in six straight games. They’ve scored 14 goals and allowed 8. But this pattern won’t necessarily persist.
Torino enters the contest fresh off a 1-0 Serie A victory against Lecce in their previous game. Torino had 59% of the possession in that game and made 13 attempts on goal, four of which were successful.
Nikola Vlai was the lone scorer for Torino (40′). Lecce, on the other hand, had 10 shots at goal, only two of which were successful.
Torino has averaged 1.5 goals per game over its last six games under Ivan Juri. Torino has lost all six road league meetings against Inter Milan. They’re moving poorly.
Inter Milan vs Torino – Betting Analysis
For Inter Milan manager Simone Inzaghi, Gabriel Brazo (cruciate ligament rupture), Dalbert (cruciate ligament injury), and Romelu Lukaku (muscular issues) will be unable to participate.
Samir Handanovic, Milan Skriniar, Stefan de Vrij, Alessandro Bastoni, Denzel Dumfries, Nicol Barella, Marcelo Brozovic, and L. Javier Martinez are likely to be chosen by Nerazzurri to play in a 3-5-2 system.
Torino has not had success in these meetings, according to historical outcomes between these clubs dating back to November 23, 2019.
Inter Milan has been dominant against them, winning 83% of the games they have played, while they have been unable to record any victory at all.
During those matches, the two teams combined to score 19 goals, with 14 coming from Nerazzurri and 5 from Il Toro. That equals 3.17 goals per game on average.
Inter Milan vs Torino – Head-to-Head