• Inter and Roma have met 160 times in the top-flight; the Nerazzurri have recorded 69 wins and scored 262 goals so far, more than against any other opponent in their Serie A history.
  • Roma are unbeaten in their last four meetings against Inter in the league (2W, 2D).
  • Inter have won only one of their last eight games at home against Roma, with three wins for the visitors.
  • Inter are still unbeaten after six match-days (4W, 2D) and have scored in each league fixture this term.
  • Roma are the first Serie A side to win six games out of six at the start of the season, conceding only one goal since Helenio Herrera's Inter back in 1966/67.
  • Roma have the best attack of this season with 17 goals scored, 14 of which after the break; Inter have the best attack from open play (15 goals).
  • Roma have used only 18 players (fewer than any other side), but have the highest number of goal scorers after six games (nine).
  • Six of Roma's last seven goals have been scored by newly signed players.
  • Francesco Totti is on the hunt for his 10th goal against Inter in Serie A; Totti currently leads the top-assist chart on six, a joint-record amongst Europe's top-5 leagues alongside Cesc Fabregas and Koke.
  • Daniele De Rossi has made (458) and received (381) the most passes in this Serie A campaign.
  • Against Inter, De Rossi has scored three goals, only vs Chievo he has bagged more so far in Serie A.
  • Morgan De Sanctis (91%) and Samir Handanovic (86) are the two 'keepers with the best saves to shots ratio in this competition.