Date: 6th November 2020 at 6:00pm
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In the second Sunday fixture that pits all of Italy’s Champions League representatives this season against each other, Atalanta welcome to Bergamo for a Lombardy derby (kick-off 15:00).


Atalanta (3-4-1-2): Sportiello; Toloi, Romero, Djimsiti; Hateboer, Pasalic, Freuler, Mojica; Gomez; Ilicic, Zapata.

Unavailable: Caldara, Carnesecchi, De Roon, Gosens, Piccini.

Inter (3-4-1-2): Handanovic; Skriniar, De Vrij, Bastoni; Hakimi, Vidal, Brozovic, Young; Barella; Lautaro Martinez, Perisic.

Unavailable: Lukaku, Sensi, Vecino.


– Atalanta have won one of their last seven Serie A games against Inter (4-1 in November 2018) and haven’t found the back of the net in four of the last six.

– After winning 2-0 last season away against Atalanta, could win back-to-back away games against them in Serie A for the first time since 2001, when they won three in a row under three different coaches (Gigi Simoni, and Hector Cúper).

– Atalanta lost their last Serie A game against a side from Lombary (2-0 against in August) and could be defeated in back-to-back encounters against sides from the same region for the first time since 2015 (v and Inter).

– Atalanta have conceded in each of their last nine Serie A games: their last longest run in the top flight without a single clean sheet was in August 2015 (12 games).

have shipped 15 goals in all comps this season (they conceded seven in their first nine matches last term), their worst tally since 2011/12 (18) – only other two times have they conceded more at this stage of the season in their history (20 in 1930/31 and 16 in 1932/33).

– Atalanta (191) and Inter (190) are the two teams in this Serie A season to have the most touches in the opposition box – they are also two of the top four teams for goals scored from inside the box (14 Atalanta, 13 Inter).

– Atalanta boss Gian Piero Gasperini coached for three Serie A games (recording 0.33 points per game, his worst experience with a Serie A club) – with Atalanta he has 1.84 points per game (158 games), his best average in Serie A.

– Antonio Conte’s first 13 Serie A games as a coach were with Atalanta: the current coach is unbeaten against his former club in the competition, thanks to seven wins and a draw.

– Atalanta’s Luis Muriel has scored five goals with four different teams against in Serie A (Lecce, Udinese, Sampdoria and Fiorentina): only Alberto Gilardino (six) and Roberto Baggio (five) have scored with more different teams against the Nerazzurri in the top flight.

– In the last round against Parma, ’s Ivan Perisic found the net in Serie A for the first time in 537 days – the Croatian has not scored or delivered assists in seven previous games against Atalanta, only against Napoli (eight) he played more games in the competition without a single goal involvement.