Torino vs Inter 20/21 will take place at the Stadio Olimpico Grande on Sunday. Two teams with contrasting fortunes will square off. Inter will be looking to consolidate their lead at the top of the table. While Torino will be hoping for a positive result to boost their survival chances. Inter Milan earned a 1-0 victory over Atalanta in their previous Serie A fixture. An effort from their defender Milan Skrinniar was enough to earn them all three points.
Inter Milan have been just as solid at the back as they are exciting going forward with just one goal conceded in their last four matches. Their recent good form has propelled the Nerazzurri to the top of the table as they hold a six-point lead over their closest challengers. Meanwhile, the Granata have only lost one game since Davide Nicola’s appointment in mid-January. So the Italian will be hoping to repeat his heroics at Genoa the last term when they appeared destined for the drop.
Inter will look to extend their lead in Torino vs Inter 20/21
Conte will go with his usual 3-5-2 system and give freedom to Hakimi and Perisic to exploit spaces in wide areas as Torino have a shaky defence. Barella and Eriksen will look to provide the impetus from the middle of the park and create spaces. While Lukaku and Martinez will look to continue their outstanding partnership upfront.
The Granata have comfortably outscored all the sides in and around them and Nicola has plenty of options in attack. But they have had a turbulent time in the last two weeks following a COVID-19 outbreak. This led to the closure of their training ground. The outbreak also means that as many as eight first-team players are now self-isolating, leaving the team depleted. This includes Andrea Belotti who has 11 strikes and five assists to his name from 22 appearances.
Inter have won the last three meetings. This includes the 4-2 victory in the reverse fixture back in November.