Inter Milan vs Roma Match Info
Match date: 20thApril 2019
Stadium: Giuseppe Meazza, Milan.
Inter Milan vs Roma Fansbet Preview
This is a massive game for both sides, though especially for the visitors as they trail fourth-placed Milan by just the single point, while Atalanta sit just one point further back as the race for fourth looks set to go down to the wire.
Roma are frankly quite lucky to still be in with a shout and owe a lot to Milan dropping points in recent weeks, though their record versus the top six this term suggests a stalemate is the best they can hope for.
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Inter Milan vs Roma Head to Head Record
Last 3 meetings:
2 Dec 2018 Roma 2 – 2 Inter Milan
21 Jan 2018 Inter Milan 1 – 1 Roma
26 Aug 2017 Roma 1 – 3 Inter Milan
Matches played: 69
Inter Milan wins: 28
Roma wins: 20
Inter Milan vs Roma Stats
- Inter picked it up and have a three-match unbeaten streak behind them
- Roma beat Sampdoria (0-1) and Udinese (1-0) with just two goals scored along the way
- Giallorossi haven’t bagged a win in head-to-head clashes since February 2017
Inter Milan vs Roma Match Preview
Inter Milan host Roma looking for their first home win in over a month, looking to build on their top 4 spot with all-important points after picking it up lately and outclassing Frosinone in a confident 1-3 win at Benito Stirpe with goals from Radja Nainggolan, Ivan Perisic, and Matias Vecino.
Nerazzurri have had more troubles at Giuseppe Meazza, though, and we’ve seen Eintracht Frankfurt make their way to Europa League Quarter-finals with a 0-1 win, Lazio (0-1) snatch all three points in a similar Serie A win, as well as a goalless draw against Atalanta in their last three outings.
Roma have, on the other hand, caught up and sit just a point behind 4th placed AC Milan with very narrow wins over Sampdoria (0-1) and Udinese (1-0) where Daniele de Rossi and Edin Dzeko untangled the clashes, respectively.
Giallorossi have obviously found their defensive stability after a very volatile period and they’ll want to build on it at what could prove a crucial moment for their top 4 ambitions. They have largely struggled for consistency on the road, though, and this will be more worrying for Claudio Ranieri.
With that in mind, we’ll now back Inter to deny the rivals and build on the gap on the day, going for a Home win at 4/5 with William Hill and hoping for finally a more confident display at Giuseppe Meazza.
Still, we expect a very tough challenge and with high stakes involved, we don’t feel we’re in for many goals. We’ll thus also stick with a low-scoring contest and back Under 2.5 Goals FT at 11/10 with Paddy Power.
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