Inter have failed to win at home in the league in their last three attempts and will look to put an end to that run this coming Saturday when they welcome Crotone to the San Siro.
In the first eight home games, Inter picked up 22 points from a possible 24 at home, scoring 20 and conceding just five times, just one more goal than what they have conceded in the past three league home games.
Another problem Inter have had in recent months is the fact that goals have significantly dried up. Ivan Perisic is without a goal in seven league games and club captain and current top scorer Mauro Icardi has just two goals since the slump began after the 5-1 win over Chievo Verona in mid-December.
Despite the slump, Inter still find themselves in 4th place in the overall table but losing on Saturday and Roma winning would see them drop out of the Champions League qualification places.