Torino vs Inter 2021 Live Stream Online

Torino will take on Inter Milan in their upcoming Serie A match that is slated to be held at the Stadio Olimpico Grande Torino. The hosts come into this match after their 4-2 loss in the previous match against Crotone. They have endured a tough season as they have managed to win just three of their 24 games till date and this is the reason why they are in the drop zone.

On the other hand, Inter Milan are on a seven-game winning streak and they enter this match after a 1-0 win over Atalanta.

The Serie A 2020-21 Torino vs Inter Milan game is scheduled to kick off at 07:30 PM IST

Torino have been hit hard with the Covid pandemic with eight of their players testing positive with the virus a couple of weeks ago. Of them, only Nicolas N’Koulou and Wilfried Singo have started training. It remains to be seen how they start in this particular match.

Inter Milan, on the other hand, do not have to deal with a lot of injury concerns and hence, they can choose from a fully-fit squad. Their only concern will be the absence of Arturo Vidal who will be missing out owing to a knee surgery.

Torino possible starting line-up: Salvatore Sirigu; Lyanco, Armando Izzo, Ricardo Rodriguez; Mergim Vojvoda, Amer Gojak, Rolando Mandragora, Sasa Lukic, Christian Ansaldi; Federico Bonazzoli, Simone Zaza

Inter Milan possible starting line-up: Samir Handanovic; Alessandro Bastoni, Stefan de Vrij, Milan Skriniar; Achraf Hakimi, Ivan Perisic, Marcelo Brozovic, Nicolo Barella, Christian Eriksen; Lautaro Martinez, Romelu Lukaku

What time will the Serie A 2020-21 Torino vs Inter Milan kick-off?

The Serie A 2020-21 Torino vs Inter Milan match will kick off at 07:30 PM IST on Wednesday, March 14, at the Stadio Olimpico Grande.

What TV channel will show the Serie A 2020-21 Torino vs Inter Milan match?

The Serie A 2020-21 Torino vs Inter Milan match will telecast on Sony Ten 2 SD & HD.

Nearing the final stretch in their pursuit of a first Scudetto in over a decade, Inter Milan travels to meet Torino on Sunday afternoon, with the hosts still under the shadow of a debilitating COVID-19 outbreak.

The Granata had their two previous games postponed at short notice before returning with a defeat against lowly Crotone last week, while Inter saw off potential challengers Atalanta at San Siro.

The numbers continue to stack up well for the Nerazzurri too, as they are ten points clear of third-placed Juventus (who have a game in hand) and have now put together a streak of seven consecutive victories.

‘El Toro’ meets Il Toro on Sunday, having scored in each of his last three league matches against Turin’s second side, and will surely fancy his chances of continuing that run still further.

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