The last serie A round marked the first time since 1955 that, Inter, Roma, Juventus and AC Milan all lost on a single SA match day, with Inter and Roma now clashing this week as they look to revive their indifferent campaigns.
Inter's 3-1 loss against Udinese in their last outing marked just the fourth time since 1994/95 that the Nerazzuri had lost at least three of their opening seven matches of a league campaign, and aminously they dint finish in the top four in any of the three prior occasions.
Inter should at least relish a return to the San siro having started their home league season with three wins.
The touchline will be robbed of Jose Mourinho's charisma and antics as the Roma manager and Inters 2009/10 UEFA champions league winning boss returns to his old stomping ground to watch from the stands after being sent off in their 1-0 loss to Atlanta.
Roma have the psychological boost of sitting above their hosts though but can that inspire them to get a win here? Prediction: Both teams to score.
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