Inter vs. Torino: previous encounters and key stats

INTER VS. TORINO: PREVIOUS ENCOUNTERS AND KEY STATS

We present all the key information ahead of our clash with Torino at San Siro on Monday at 21:45 CEST

MILAN - Inter will be back on the pitch at 21:45 CEST on Monday at San Siro for the 32nd matchday of Serie A season, with Moreno Longo's side as our opposition. In the reverse fixture, a 3-0 away win for Conte's side. In collaboration with Opta, let’s take a look at our previous encounters and compile the key statistics concerning the fixture.

PREVIOUS ENCOUNTERS

Inter and Torino have faced one another 151 times in Serie A: the Nerazzurri have the better record of the two sides, with 66 wins to Torino’s 36, while the two sides have drawn on 49 occasions.

The 3-0 win in the reverse fixture ended a five-game run without a win for Inter against Torino in Serie A, with three draws and two losses in the previous encounters.

Inter and Torino have played one another 75 times in Milan in Serie A, with 38 home wins, 26 draws and 11 away wins.

The last two Serie A matches between Inter and Torino at the Meazza ended in a draw: the Granata haven't gone unbeaten in three consecutive league games against Inter since 1985.

GENERAL STATISTICS

Inter have scored the most headed goals of any side this season in Serie A (15). Moreover, the Nerazzurri (two) and Torino (three) are the two teams that have conceded the fewest headed goals this season.

The last nine goals scored at home by Inter in Serie A were scored by nine different players.

All of Torino's last 16 goals in Serie A have come from inside the box, including three penalties scored by Belotti.

Two of the last three goals scored by Inter at home in the league have come from players who came on from the bench, even though none of the previous 32 Nerazzurri home goals had been scored by substitutes

PLAYER FOCUS

Romelu Lukaku has played a part in eight goals in his last eight Serie A appearances at the Meazza, with six goals and two assists.

Stefan de Vrij has scored two goals in three Serie A games against Torino for Inter.

Daniele Padelli has now played 100 games in Serie A with Torino. Danilo D'Ambrosio is also an old flame of the fixture: he made 42 appearances and scored four goals in the top flight with the Granata, the club where he played from 2010 to 2014 (making total of 122 appearances and scoring ten goals).

The first of Antonio Candreva's three braces in Serie A came in April 2014, against Torino, when he was at Lazio.

Andrea Belotti has found the net in five appearances in a row in Serie A. Only two players have done better in the league in the era of three-point wins in a Granata jersey: Ciro Immobile in 2014 and Ruggiero Rizzitelli in 1995 (six).

Belotti has scored three goals against Inter in Serie A, all at the Stadio Meazza (the most recent of which came in August 2018).

Torino defender Armando Izzo's first goal in Serie A came against Inter in January 2015 during his time at Genoa

Torino midfielder Soualiho Meité opened his Serie A account against Inter in August 2018.

Cristian Ansaldi played 21 games in Serie A with Inter in the 2016/17 season, providing one assist during that season.

COACHES

Antonio Conte has faced Torino five times as coach in Serie A, with five wins against the club and an aggregate score of 10-0.

Moreno Longo lost his only previous encounter with Inter in Serie A: 0-3 in 2018 when he was at the helm of Frosinone.

SUSPENSIONS

Inter: - 
Torino: Zaza (1)

THOSE ONE YELLOW AWAY FROM SUSPENSION

Inter: de Vrij, Gagliardini, Godín, Valero, Vecino.
Torino: Lukic, Rincon, Sirigu.


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