Inter are coming off a six-game winning streak in Serie A and a nine-game league unbeaten streak. As a result, they currently sit atop the table with 43 points from 18 games, winning 13, drawing four, and losing one. They have a one-point advantage over Milan and a three-point advantage over Atalanta. They have six victories and two draws at home, putting them in first place for the best home record. With 48 goals scored and 15 goals conceded, they have the most goals this season. Inter’s top scorer is Lautaro Martinez, who has 11 goals, while Edin Dzeko and Hakan Calhanoglu have eight and six goals respectively. The only two injured players are Joaquin Correa and Christian Eriksen.
Torino is coming off back-to-back fantastic Serie A performances against Bologna and Hellas Verona. They had dropped as many as eight points in each of their previous three games. They presently lie in 13th place in Serie A, with 22 points earned with six victories, four draws, and seven losses. They have a dismal away record, with only five points from eight games played away. So far, they’ve scored 22 goals and allowed 18 goals. Ten players have scored goals, with Marko Pjaca, Antonio Sanabria, Josip Brekalo, and Tommaso Pobega leading the way with three each. Lhassine Kone, Bermer, Koffi Djidji, Simone Verdi, and Andrea Belotti are all out due to injuries.