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Match Preview: Inter vs Atalanta – Lineups, Stats, & Prediction


Inter will take on Atalanta at the San Siro for matchday 6 of Serie A. This will be a powerpack fixture as both teams have shown a good run of form and have high ambitions for their campaign.

Inter is firing on all cylinders this season. They have scored 18 goals already in just five games. They thrashed Bologna and Fiorentina before going into this fixture and will look to keep the winning streak alive. Inzaghi’s men showed championship charisma against Fiorentina as they battled from behind to secure all three points.

Atalanta is on a two-game winning streak but has yet to hit its full stride this season. They have been mustering results in their favor with an unconvincing fashion. But Gassperini’s side isn’t to be underestimated as they can turn up the heat at any time.

Statistics & Encounters

This will be the 121st meeting between the two sides. Inter has won 64 of those matches while lost only 24 times.

Atalanta hasn’t had a good run against Inter as of late. They have lost 5 of the last 7 Serie A away matches against Inter.

Inter has won more home league games than any other side in Europe’s top 5 leagues. They have scored 46 goals at an average of 3.3 goals per match.

Inter’s 18 goals this season have come from 11 different goal scorers.

Inter’s form guide (all competitions): W-W-L-D-W

Atalanta’s form guide (all competitions): W-W-D-L-D

Suspensions, Injuries & Team News

Vidal and Sensi are likely to miss the fixture due to injuries.

Correa has made a quick recovery from his injury but he’s unlikely to take a major part in this fixture.

Atalanta could be without Hataboer and Luis Muriel.

Probable Line-ups

Inter (3-5-2): Handanovic, Skriniar, De Vrij, Bastoni, Dumfries, Barella, Brozovic, Dimarco, Hakan, Dzeko, Lautaro

Atalanta (3-5-2): Juan Musso, Rafael Toloi, Merih Demiral, Berat Djimsiti, Davide Zappacosta, Mario Pasalic, Teun Koopmeiners, Robin Gosens, Matteo Pessina, Josip Ilicic, Duvan Zapata


Inter: 2

Atalanta: 1