Lazio is coming off three straight bad Serie A performances against Bologna. As a result, they are now in sixth place in the points table, with 11 points earned from seven games including three wins, two draws, and two losses. They started the season well, with back-to-back victories over Empoli and Spezia, but only achieved one more victory after that. They’ve scored up to 15 goals while allowing only 12 goals in return. With two wins in three games at home, they are in sixth place. Ciro Immobile, who has scored six goals so far, has been involved in the majority of the goals. With three assists so far, Luis Alberto is the team’s leading assist provider. Francesco Acerbi will miss the Inter encounter after receiving a straight red card in the previous meeting. Ciro Immobile, on the other hand, is still out with a thigh injury. The injury list also includes Mattia Zaccagni and Bobby Adekanye.
Inter are heading into this match on the back of a 2-1 Serie A triumph over Sassuolo the weekend before the break, putting them in third place in the table with 17 points from seven games, including five victories and two draws. Inter began the season with two consecutive victories. Then they were held to a 2-2 draw by Udinese before rebounding with two victories. After that, a draw was followed by a win over Sassuolo. They have the most goals scored this season, with 22 in seven games, and have only conceded six goals. Eden Dzeko and Lautaro Martinez are in sensational form as the duo has scored 11 goals with Dzeko leading the pack with six goals. When it comes to injuries, Inter have just two players on the list including Gabriel Brazao and Stefano Sensi.