If the Giallorossi can win, they can overtake fourth placed AC Milan and occupy the final UCL place. A defeat meanwhile would leave Inter vulnerable to Roma, with just three points to separate the two clubs; whilst a defeat for Roma would see them possibly slip below Atalanta if the Bergamo side win their game in hand.
There’s been under 1.5 goals in six of Inter’s last eight SA home matches.
There’s been three penalties across Roma’s last three SA games.
Both teams have scored in each of the last six top-flight H2Hs.
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