25 June 2020
Internazionale and Sassuolo go head-to-head at the Stadio Giuseppe Meazza this weekend, with the home side looking to bring a four-game winless run in their Serie A home H2Hs to a halt (D1, L3).
Inter put back-to-back league defeats behind them with a 2-1 home triumph over Sampdoria last time out, which now means that none of their five previous Serie A fixtures has yielded a draw (W3, L2). The ‘Nerazzurri’ are used to tight affairs, with five of their nine league games since the calendar flipped ending separating the sides by under 1.5 goals (W4, D3, L2). Delivering action from the get-go, Antonio Conte’s men have scored the opening goal (if any) in nine of 13 Serie A home matches this season (69.23%), with 56% (14) of their 25 league home goals scored coming before the break. If they concede the opener here, as they did in just three Serie A home outings so far, Inter can still pull off a win – they secured two victories from applicable matches (L1).
As for the visitors, they come into this encounter on the back of a 4-1 away loss to Atalanta, which now means that seven of their eight Serie A results (win/loss) this calendar year saw the winner on the day score at least two goals (W4, L3). However, away from home in Serie A, Sassuolo have picked up only one win from five games since the turn of the year (D1, L3), conceding the opening goal on four of those occasions. Also, not exactly the best first-half performers, the ‘Neroverdi’ have shipped 66.67% of their 21 league away goals conceded before the break (14), while scoring only 28.57% of their total away goals in the same timeframe (4/14).
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