Inter 3-1-1, Parma 1-1-3
10/31/20 1 pm
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Inter is welcoming Parma to Giuseppe Meazza in round 6 in the Italian Serie A.
Inter has been playing well this season, but they have been struggling massively with scoring goals recently. Inter has played 2 games in the Champions League, and they have 2 draws. In their last Champions League game against Shakhtar on the road, Inter has missed everything possible and impossible. This game ended in a 0-0 draw. In Serie A, Inter is in 4th place in the standings with 10 points, 13 scored goals, and 8 conceded goals. In their last Serie A game, Inter was playing against Genoa on the road, and they were the better team with 61% of ball possession, 4 shots on goal, 9 corner kicks, 2 big chances created, and a solid 87% of the correct passes. Inter was creating chances, they were attacking, but it took them a while to score a goal. Inter has won this game 0-2. Lukaku is the leading goalscorer for Inter with 5 goals, while Martinez added 3 goals. Sanchez, Hakimi, and Barella all have 2 assists. Vecino, Skrinar, and Sensi are all injured, while Sanchez is still questionable for this game. Inter is a good team, and they are playing good soccer, but they better get their offense under control because it might cost them, especially in the Champions League.
Parma has been hot and cold this season, but they have won their last game, which was in the Coppa Italia against Pescara. In Serie A, Parma is in 16th place in the standings with 4 points, 6 scored goals, and 11 conceded goals. Hernani is the leading goalscorer for Parma with 2 goals, while Gagliolo, Kurtic, Kucka, and Karamoh have each added 1 goal. Pezzella, Brugman, and Karamoh have all added 1 assist. Mihaila, Busi, Inglese, and Brunetta are all injured, while Laurini is still questionable for this game. Parma has won only 1 of their last 5 Serie A games. In their last Serie A game, Parma was hosting Spezia, and they have had 48% of ball possession, 6 shots on goal, 12 corner kicks, 6 big chances created, and a decent 80% of the correct passes. Parma was losing 1-2 at the half time, but they were able to tie the score in the 92nd minute from a penalty spot. This match ended in a draw. Parma had a great last season, but they sold a few good players in the offseason, and the lack of quality is now visible. I think Parma will still be able to stay outside the relegation zone, but I don’t see them in the top half of the Serie A table.
Inter hasn’t won their last 4 home games against Parma. Inter hasn’t conceded a goal in their last 2 games, and Parma is certainly capable of scoring goals. Inter is coming in as the favorite, but with their dense schedule and struggling offense, I wouldn’t count on a win here. I will stick with the goals here.