Inter: 1 Handanovic; 23 Ranocchia, 26 Chivu, 40 Juan Jesus; 4 Zanetti, 21 Gargano, 16 Mudingay, 55 Nagatomo, 14 Guarin; 99 Cassano, 8 Palacio.
Substitutes: 27 Belec, 77 Di Gennaro, 6 Silvestre, 11 Alvarez, 17 Mariga, 18 Rocchi, 19 Cambiasso, 24 Benassi, 31 Pereira, 42 Jonathan, 82 Bessa, 88 Livaja.
Coach: Andrea Stramaccioni.
Torino: 1 Gillet; 3 D’Ambrosio, 25 Glik, 2 Rodriguez, 17 Masiello; 14 Gazzi, 33 Brighi; 11 Cerci, 10 Barreto, 69 Meggiorini, 7 Santana.
Substitutes: 23 Gomis, 4 Basha, 5 Di Cesare, 8 Suciu, 9 Bianchi, 15 Caceres, 18 Bakic, 20 Vives, 32 Darmian, 86 Birsa.
Coach: Giampiero Ventura.
Referee: Davide Massa (Imperia)
Prediction: Inter 3-1 Torino
APPIANO GENTILE – “We’ll be facing a team in great form. Torino have managed to get some consistent results going now thanks to Ventura. They were a little unlucky in the first part of the season and they dropped a few points, but they’re more consistent now and they’ve also got some of their players back, apart from Ogbonna. They’re on a high. As for us, tomorrow is a game that we cannot and do not want to get wrong. It’s hugely important for us as we chase the top spots.” That’s how Andrea Stramaccioni sees tomorrow evening’s match between Inter and Torino, scheduled for a 20:45 kick-off at the Stadio Giuseppe Meazza.
Stramaccioni analysed what has happened since these two teams met in September: “A lot of things have changed for us since that match. We’ve made lots of changes and Inter have grown. Some of the big teams in Serie A have adapted their game against Torino. We’re not going to change but we do have great respect for Ventura’s side.”
Source: Gazzetta dello Sport – Inter.it