InterStats preview: Inter vs Carpi

InterStats preview: Inter vs Carpi
January 23, 2016 12:25
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After a undeserved draw in the league against Atalanta and a fantastical win against Napoli at the San Paolo in the Coppa Italia Inter take on Carpi at the Stadio Giuseppe Meazza on Sunday, can Inter now beat a Carpi who are currently having a rollercoaster of a season? Here are some interesting numbers from Whoscored presented to you via the Twitter account InterStats

Goal-Scoring

Inter have not won in the league since the Empoli game on the 6th of January, since then, they have gotten two results against Sassuolo and Atalanta which were completely undeserved. Carpi are 18th in the league and their goal-scoring really shows that. Carpi have scored 19 goals this season and Inter have scored 25 this season. Carpi’s Top Goalscorer in the club is Marco Borriello, he has scored 4 times this season. Inter also have a striker as Top Goalscorer in the club, Mauro Icardi, he has scored 8 times this season.

Goal-Stopping

I know we’ve written this many times this season but, Inter do still have the best defense statistically in the Serie A. We have only conceded 13 goals so far. Carpi have conceded 35 goals this season. Hellas Verona who are last placed have conceded 32 goal s which shows that Carpi’s defense is a bit shaky. Carpi have conceded 7 goals from Set Pieces, Inter have only conceded 3 goals from Set Pieces. Inter have only conceded 7 goals at home while Carpi have conceded 22 goals in away games.

Passing the ball

Inter average 517 passes per game with each passing streak lasting about 4.8. Carpi’s passing-stats are a bit worse than Inter’s. Carpi average 351 passes per game with each passing streak lasting about 3.4. These stats show that Inter are a lot better at passing the ball than Carpi, Inter average are more passes per game and they miss less passes than Carpi do. This can also be seen in the average possession stats where Inter average 55% possession and Sassuolo average 39%.

Best players so far

Alex Telles is both Inter’s highest rated Whoscored player and the highest rated player between the two teams with a 7.33 rating. Cristian Zaccardo is Carpi’s highest rated player with a 7.00rating. Samir Handanovic is the only player between the two teams to appear in every game so far this season.

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