Over four Champions League contests at home last season, Inter had two wins and two losses. Bayern München, meanwhile, had three wins, one draw, and one loss in their five Champions League contests on the road. Bayern are on a six-match away unbeaten streak (W4 D2 L0) in all competitions.
In their last six matches in all competitions, Inter have won four and lost two. They scored 14 and conceded eight over that period, scoring first in five of the six contests. They had five first-half goals, while their opponents netted two times in the first 45 minutes. Bayern München have won four and drawn two in their last six. They scored 22 and conceded three in that stretch, netting first in four of the six. Most of their goals (14) came in the first half, while their opponents netted two times before the break.
Bayern München, unbeaten in nine straight games, will put their run on the line at Stadio Giuseppe Meazza against Internazionale in the UEFA Champions League group stage on Wednesday. Both sides are playing their first European match of the season.
It was Inter who emerged victorious in the previous meeting between the teams in July 2017, beating Bayern München 2-0.
Edin Dzeko led the way for Inter in last season's Champions League with three goals. Robert Lewandowski, Bayern München's leading scorer from their 2021/2022 Champions League campaign with 13 goals, has departed for Barcelona. Leroy Sané, the club's second top scoring threat, netted on six occasions.
Both clubs have been difficult to stop in attack in recent play, as the home side have scored in their last 20 games in all competitions while the visitors have found the net in 14 straight.