Sassuolo vs. Inter – H2H prediction (20.10.2019)

Preview and Teams Comparison.

Sassuolo may have lost three of their last four Serie A (SA) matches (W1), conceding exactly four goals twice, but they may feel confident against heavyweights Internazionale as they’ve won four of the last five H2Hs (D1), keeping a clean sheet three times. Even at home, they have beaten Inter on four of the last five occasions. Francesco Caputo (SAS) has scored three goals this season, with two of them arriving at home before the break. The H2Hs are usually close however, with the last three held here ending with the same 1-0 result and Sassuolo winning two of them. This season though, Sassuolo’s home fixtures have been one-sided affairs with all three games seeing a three-goal margin of success (W2, L1). Notably, the winning team were also leading at half-time by at least two goals on each occasion. Sassuolo have conceded eight of their last nine SA goals before the break.

Inter lost their last two competitive games via the same 2-1 result, conceding the decisive goal after the 79th minute each time. It’ll come as no surprise then to hear that six of the seven goals Inter have conceded this season arrived after half-time. Lautaro Martinez (INT) has been his team’s only goalscorer in last two competitive matches, with both goals arriving in the opening 20 minutes. The visitors have won all three away league games this campaign, netting at least twice each time (GF: 7 GA: 2). ‘I Nerazzurri’ have opened the scoring in all three, doing so twice in the first 30 minutes, while both goals against came in the ten minutes after half-time. There have been 17 yellow cards (and one red) shown in Inter’s three SA away games (5.67 per game).

Match Info.

Competition: ITALY: Serie A – Round 8
Kick off: 20.10.2019, 10:30 UTC.
Venue: Mapei Stadium – Città del Tricolore (Reggio Emilia).
Referee: Giacomelli P. (Ita).

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Pre-match League Table.

ITALY: Serie A - Round 8

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