Inter Milan will play host to Salernitana on Sunday in an effort to regain lost position in Serie A following their heroics in Europe over the middle of the week.
After pushing Barcelona to the verge of Champions League elimination, the Nerazzurri are back at San Siro and now face opponents who, strangely, are only four spots below them in the rankings.
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Wednesday’s draw between Inter and Group C opponents Barcelona at Camp Nou featured a chaotic classic second half in which the Milan team came just minutes away from stealing a historic triumph.
Simone Inzaghi’s team scored goals through Nicolo Barella, Lautaro Martinez, and substitute Robin Gosens but Robert Lewandowski’s late equalizer prevented them from claiming their first victory over the Catalan club on the road.
Taking four points away from Barcelona puts Inter within striking distance of the round of 16, which was needed by Inzaghi as a diversion from a disastrous start to the Serie A season.
The Nerazzurri were sitting in seventh place after the first nine rounds, having lost three of their previous four league games, although defeating Sassuolo 2-1 last weekend despite a lackluster performance.
No team in Serie A has let up more goals in the second half of games this season than those who frequently struggle to maintain early momentum; their alarming total of 10 is equal to the number of goals they gave up in the opening 31 games of the previous campaign.
Inter are under pressure to win all three of their games against Fiorentina, Sampdoria, and, first, this week’s visitors to San Siro because they are already eight points behind league leaders Napoli and cannot afford to lose more ground to their Scudetto rivals before the action stops for the World Cup.
Salernitana, who appeared destined for Serie B until their miracle late escape, lost both of their games to Inter last season by a score of 5-0, so you don’t need to be reminded of the difference in class between the two teams.
However, despite their hosts’ struggles, the Granata have had a strong start to the 2022–23 campaign and are only five points down of their famed rivals.
Following two losses in a row in which they gave up a combined seven goals to Lecce and Sassuolo, they bounced back last week to upset Verona in thrilling fashion to record their second Serie A victory.
As Davide Nicola’s club defeated a struggling away team that later fired their coach, Boulaye Dia, a substitute striker, scored the game-winning goal at Stadio Arechi.
Salernitana now has a chance to win two straight Serie A games for the first time since April, but they are winless in their past six away games after recording five draws and a 5-0 defeat.
Inter has gone 18 league games without a draw, and that streak is expected to continue against Inzaghi’s rising team, whose confidence has been strengthened by recent Champions League triumphs.
Salernitana poses a sufficient danger to score at San Siro, but the home team’s strikers are now finding their groove and will punish any attention mistakes.