Sassuolo conceded eleven goals in the last three Serie A fixtures

Sassuolo conceded eleven goals in the last three Serie A fixtures. Inter go into this on the back of four wins and a draw in the last five league outings.

The Nerazzurri boast the best attacking record in the league with 81 goals scored in 34 games.

Despite having mathematically secured their 20th league title, Inter Milan kept roaring with a 2-0 victory over Torino last Sunday. Hakan Calhanoglu’s brace made the difference against the ten-man opposition in a festive atmosphere six days ago at Stadio Giuseppe Meazza.

The Nerazzurri will look to continue their tremendous campaign on Saturday evening. Simone Inzaghi’s troops visit Reggio nell’Emilia for the Matchday No 35 clash against relegation-threatened Sassuolo. The hosts have not been pulling up any trees of late and they are in huge problems ahead of the final four rounds of the season.

Sassuolo are second from bottom and they need a miracle to prevent the drop to second tier of Italian football. A tough 1-5 defeat at Fiorentina kept them five points below the safe zone line. The Neroverdi now need to grab salvation points against the best team in the country. Can they miraculously do it on Saturday night?

Inter Milan have suffered just one loss in this term of Serie A. It came just at the hands of Sassuolo in September last year at Stadio Giuseppe Meazza.

The Nerazzurri had previously won three consecutive clashes against Sassuolo.

We’ve seen three or more goals in eight of the previous ten head-to-head games between these two counterparts.

Sassuolo have just not been capable to defend properly in recent weeks. They conceded at least three goals in each of the previous three league fixtures. The Neroverdi’s back line has been all over the place six days ago in a 1-5 loss at Stadio Artemio Franchi. Sassuolo are now up against the division’s deadliest attacking line.

Inter Milan have scored 81 goals since the beginning of the season. Inter Milan go into this on the back of four wins and a draw in the last five league affairs. They’ve scored two or more goals in each of these five matches in the process.

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