Inter Milan host AS Roma in matchday 34 of Serie A 2021-22 at San Siro on Saturday, April 23. The match will kick off at 9:30 PM IST (Indian Standard Time).
Inter Milan’s only major absentee for the upcoming league game will be midfielder Arturo Vidal, who suffered an ankle sprain in the recent Coppa Italia semi-final clash against city rivals AC Milan.
Roma, on the other hand, will be without Nicolo Zaniolo, who will serve a one-match suspension for accumulated bookings.
Inter Milan vs AS Roma odds for Serie A 2021-22
Inter Milan: 1.60
AS Roma: 5.80
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Inter Milan vs AS Roma recent form
Inter Milan enter the upcoming Serie A fixture with successive victories in their last three league outings. Inter are unbeaten across all competitions since a 0-2 league loss to Sassuolo in February at home.
AS Roma, likewise, carry some momentum to the San Siro having suffered just one defeat across all competitions since the 0-2 loss in the Coppa Italia 2021-22 quarter-finals in February. The Giallorossi haven’t lost a league match since January 16.
Inter Milan: W, W, W, W, D
AS Roma: D, W, W, L, W
Inter Milan vs AS Roma head-to-head
Inter Milan hold the better head-to-head record against AS Roma, winning 93 matches in 211 clashes across all competitions. Roma, in comparison, have bagged 61 wins.
The Nerrazurri have remained unbeaten against the Giallorossi since the 2017-18 season and Interestingly enough, six of the last 10 meetings have ended in stalemates.
Inter Milan vs AS Roma prediction and tips for Serie A 2021-22
Inter Milan are the outright favourites to win this fixture. The defending champions have the odds in their favour based on two things - firstly, their advantage in the head-to-head record against AS Roma and secondly, they have the best goal difference (65 scored, 25 conceded) in the Italian top-flight campaign so far.
However, AS Roma will be no pushovers considering the unbeaten run they are currently enjoying in the Serie A.
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