MILAN – Inter are ready to get back to action. Tomorrow at 15:00 CET, the Nerazzurri host Giampaolo’s Torino at San Siro on matchday 8 in Serie A. This is the 153rd meeting in the league between the two sides - 76 in Milan.
STATS AND TRIVIA ON INTER VS. TORINO
Inter and Torino have met 152 times in Serie A: the Nerazzurri are ahead with 67 wins to 36 (49 draws). Inter and Torino have played each other 76 times in Milan in the league: 39 wins for the home team, 26 draws and eleven away wins.
CONTE'S PRESS CONFERENCE
"We need to work. We know our skills and weaknesses, which aren't understood from the outside. We need to think about ourselves and can be proud that people regard us as a competitive side. It means that we have done incredible work in the space of a year."
FUN FACTS: HEADED GOALS AND TORINO AT THE START OF GAMES
After claiming top spot in this regard last season, Inter have scored the most headed goals in Serie A so far this season (four). Only Marseille and Atletico Madrid (four) have more players than Inter (three: Lautaro, D’Ambrosio and Perisic), who have scored with a header this season in one of Europe’s Top-5 leagues.
With six goals (level with Atalanta), Torino have scored the most goals in the first 30 minutes of games this season. 50% of the Granata’s goals (six of twelve) have been scored in the first half an hour, no team has a higher percentage in this regard.
SOCIAL WALL TOGETHER AS A TEAM RETURNS
Nerazzurri fans will have the chance to be shown on the third row of LED screens next to the pitch. As with other home games, our supporters will be able to support from home, thanks to our Social Wall ‘Together as a Team’. The Social Wall is open for all fans, who can share their selfies before and during the match via Facebook, Instagram (a public profile is required) and Twitter by using the hashtag #togetherasateam and tagging @Inter.
THE REFEREE FOR INTER VS. TORINO
Federico La Penna will take charge of Inter vs. Torino. La Penna will be assisted by Cecconi and Di Vuolo as linesmen. Pasqua will serve as the game’s Fourth Official, while VAR duties will be carried out by Abisso and Galetto.
After the game against Torino, Inter will take on Real Madrid at San Siro on Wednesday 25 November (21:00 CET) in Group B of the Champions League. The Nerazzurri end the week with a trip to Sassuolo on Saturday 28 November.
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