Inter predictions with latest odds and stats
- Number of Bets: 36
- Winning Bets: 21
- Average Odds: 2.12
- Overall Stake : 277
- Profit: 296.54
- Yield: 7.05 %
It seems like the overall Serie A Betting predictions have been announcing a great return for the Black-and-blues ever since the golden age of the late 2000s.
Try as they might, though, they can’t seem to catch up to their rivals Juventus – though last season they came closer than ever. Just one point shy of finally lifting the Serie A trophy, they also came excruciatingly close to taking the Europa League title. With a double position of runners-up, the end of the 2019/20 season must have been painful for Inter fans.
If there’s one team that can finally knock Juve down from their throne, though, it’s Inter. Top online bookmakers are offering odds of 3.00 for a championship victory, which is barely longer than the reigning champs’. The 2020/21 Serie A season will be an exciting one indeed.
Inter Key Players
Antonio Conte’s squad boasts the best defensive line in the entire league – and they have the record to prove it. With only 36 conceded goals in the entire previous season, Inter have fewer games lost than even the champions. Standout members of the backline include e Stefan de Vrij and Milan Skriniar.
Moreover, the 81 goals scored last season indicate an equally skilled offence, with star striker Romelu Lukaku already giving his money’s worth as the league’s third-best goalscorer.
Even with this amazing lineup, though, the summer transfer window was fairly eventful. Achraf Hakimi, Nicolò Barella, and Stefano Sensi all signed as midfielders in a series of high-profile arrivals. The experienced veteran stars Aleksandar Kolarov and Arturo Vidal are here to add to the depth and quality.
Mauro Icardi was the most notable departure this year, which was to be expected. In general, Conte narrowed his options when it comes to forwards and strikers while focusing on the midfield and connecting roles.
One of the most supported clubs in the country will, by the mere nature of things, cause antagonism as much as appreciation. When it comes to big cities, of course, there will always be great local rivalries and the city of Milano is not an exemption to the rule.
With the mid to upper class of the society holding their back, Inter Milan have long formed a fierce rivalry with AC Milan, backed by the working-class people. The Derby della Madonnina is one of the biggest matches in the Italian football calendar. The rivalry between these two emerged in 1908 when Inter splintered off from the Red and Blacks.
The other notable rivalry is one with Juventus. The Derby d’Italia is one of the most intense matches in Serie A. The flames grew bigger and brighter after the Calciopoli scandal which saw Juventus stripped off their league title and rewarded to Inter, in 2005/06.
The Blue and Black club from Milan remains the only Italian side to have never been relegated from the top flight. Throughout their long-lasting history, Inter Milan have won 30 domestic titles, 18 of which are hugely-coveted Serie A trophies.
Inter Milan are also the three-time Champions League winners. The third one was part of an unprecedented Italian treble, during which Nerazzurri managed to lift Serie A, Coppa Italia and climb the very top of Europe in the same year.
The Nerazzurri play their games at the San Siro stadium. They share their home with AC Milan, who in their own right also refer to it as Giuseppe Meazza. With a capacity of 80,000, this stadium is the largest one in Italy.