Roma came back from losses to Milan and Venezia with a 2-0 victory over Geona and a 1-0 win over Torino. They are currently in fifth place in the Serie A points chart with 25 points from 14 games. They had eight victories, one tie, and five losses in the league. This season, they have won five, drawn one, and lost one match at home, giving them the league’s fourth-best home record. They score 1.7 goals per game on average and concede little over a goal per game. Lorenzo Pellegrini leads Roma’s goal scorers with five goals. Jordan Veretout and Tammy Abraham have four goals each. Jordan Veretout will be back from suspension, while Gonzalo Villar, Bryan Cristante, Riccardo Calafiori, and Matías Vina will be unavailable.
Inter are coming off a six-match Serie A winning streak that included wins against Empoli, Udinese, Venezia, and Napoli, as well as draws against Milan and Juventus. They are presently in third place with 31 points from 14 games, having won nine, drawn four, and lost one. They’ve closed the gap on the league’s top two teams, Napoli and Milan, to just four points and one point respectively. On the road, they have five wins, two ties, and one loss, putting them in the second position. They have the most goals this season with 34 goals scored and 15 goals conceded. With seven goals, Edin Dzeko is the tournament’s top scorer along with Lautaro Martinez. Stefan de Vrij and Alexis Sanchez are the only two injured players.