Serie A 2016-17: Five Things To Look Out For In Round 29
On the other side of the spectrum, Inter, who claimed that 7-1 win last week, travel to Torino. It’s not quite the same proposition: Torino sit mid-table, not really close enough to the European spots to challenge anyone, but far enough from the lower parts of the table to not worry.
Il Toro were defeated by Lazio 3-1 last week so will not be feeling extremely confident, while Inter have a 5-1 win and 7-1 win in two consecutive weeks to keep them going.
Torino are unlikely to cause a big problem for Inter, however the Milanese side risk being overtaken by Atalanta in the table and thus loosing their automatic European qualification place, so they mustn’t get complacent.