Torino vs Inter by Enzo
Torino is looking pretty decent and are nice team to watch this season, but they also need more stable and reliable performances as well as showing their best against the strongest teams in the country in order to be competitive for European exit. In the most recent game, the team suffered 3:1 defeat away to Lazio, once again proving that they need something more in order to be deservedly inside top few teams in the country.
First halftime wasn't that interesting, but must be said that the players of Lazio held the ball more and looked more concrete and managed to take the lead in 56th minute via Immobile, but Lopez answered just couple of minutes later. However, a draw wouldn't be completely fair outcome and Lazio reached their victory with two goals more in last few minutes, via Keita and Anderson. Torino is now at tenth position, far away from relegation battle but also off from the European tickets as well.
Hosts should be playing in offensive 4-3-3 formation with Falque and Ljajic on the wings, plus Belotti as central striker. Midfielder Joel Obi (17/0) should be their only injury absentee for this one.
Inter, on the other side, is playing much better in last couple of months, as the team has four victories in last five rounds (only loss at home against in-form Roma), while the team comes from two really impressive matches in offense especially (they scored twelve goals in last two rounds of Serie A).
The side won 7:1 against Atalanta last weekend, as the hosts opened it in the best possible way, with five goals scored inside the first thirty-four minutes (three goals from Icardi and two from Banega), with the guests reducing via Freuler. Gagliardini and Banega scored a goal each more, as the side took really effective victory still trying to reach the Champions League position. They are currently at fifth position, having six less than third placed Napoli and two less than fourth placed Lazio.
Being set in a three man defense formation, Inter should be playing in 3-4-2-1 with Icardi as central striker and Perisic and Banega as his offensive support.
Torino is playing much more offensive in front of own fans and are gathering better results, surely coming with improved morale in front of own crowd. Inter is in a really good form, especially in the offense and I don't see plenty of chances here for the game to be a close minded one.