• Torino haven’t beaten Inter in Serie A since Februrary 1994, with four draws and 14 defeats in the following 18 meetings.
  • In this process, Inter have failed to score only once, keeping 12 clean sheets.
  • The Nerazzurri have won each of their last nine away games vs Torino in Serie A, conceding only two goals.
  • The Granata have picked up the same points as they managed last season (W2 D3 L2) after the first seven league match-days, but have conceded twice as many goals.
  • Torino lost at the Olimpico against Juventus after five home games in which they had been unbeaten (W1 D4).
  • Inter have won four of their last seven Serie A clashes, as many as they had in their previous 18.
  • The Nerazzurri are unbeaten in their last four league games on the road (W2 D2), conceding only one goal in the process.
  • Seven of Torino’s 10 conceded goals this season have come from set plays, more then any other team so far.
  • Alessio Cerci has been involved in seven of 10 Torino’s goals so far, scoring six and assisting once.
  • Ricardo Álvarez has completed 37 dribbles: more than any other player in Serie A.
  • Riccardo Meggiorini has scored three times in his five meetings vs Inter: his favourite target in the top-flight.