Inter hosts Borussia Dortmund in round 3 of the Champions League group stage. The match will be played on Wednesday, October 23rd at Stadio Giuseppe Meazza (San Siro) (Milan)
Inter lost in the final round in Barcelona. And in the debut round, it failed to beat the outsider of the group, Slavia Prague (1-1). But the Italians scored their goal in each of the matches. They regularly score in their championship. The Milan team has 18 goals after eight rounds played. And it even scored Juventus. As for the last match in Serie A, Inter sent four goals to the net of Sassuolo away.
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Borussia is certainly not Sassuolo, but it has already conceded eleven goals in eight matches of the local championship. However, the Germans haven’t conceded in the Champions League yet. As for the match against Barcelona, judging by the statistics, both teams didn’t open up and weren’t very active ahead - they delivered only five shots on target for two. And Slavia was beaten without any special difficulties (2-0).
But Inter is not Slavia. The Italian club is much more powerful and experienced and has enough qualified performers headed by a very authoritative coach, Conte, who worked in Chelsea, Juventus and the Italian national team. And its attack is very persistent. In the last 22 home matches, Inter did not score only four times. In turn, the Germans conceded in four of the last six visits. Moreover, opponents scored more than one goal in three of them. The attack of Inter with Martinez (he scored 4 goals in 8 rounds of Serie A) and Lukaku (5 goals) is very powerful. In the event of a shortage of points in the upcoming match, Inter will be at great risk of remaining outside the duo of the winners. It is already three points behind Barca and the Germans. So, the Italians need to win. And there can be no victory without goals. That is, the Italians will attack a lot, and they have someone to score. The 1-0 score does not guarantee victory in the match, and the Germans can answer. Therefore, the hosts will probably not stop after the first goal. If Union Berlin scored three goals for Borussia, why shouldn't Inter, which scored four goals in the last match, aggrieve the opponent’s goalkeeper a couple of times?
Prediction for the match: Inter to score over 1.0 goal