Inter Milan have every chance of breaking their club record for points in a single Serie A season over the run-in.

Today’s print edition of Turin-based newspaper Tuttosport, via FCInterNews, highlight the fact that the Nerazzurri can even afford one loss in their remaining eight matches and still do so.

Inter are currently sitting on a total of 79 points in the Serie A.

That is after having played just thirty matches. There are eight to go, and therefore 24 points to play for.

That means that, mathematically, Inter could still prospectively finish with 103 points to their name.

That would be enough to break the all-time record for most points in a single season.

That record belongs to Inter’s great rivals Juventus. The Bianconeri finished the 2013-14 campaign with 102 points.

Of course, winning eight from eight would still be a massively difficult task. Even for a team that have been in the form Inter have been this season.

But the Nerazzurri have gone on that kind of run this season already.

What Inter Need To Break Club Record For Points In A Serie A Season

Perhaps slightly more realistically achievable for Inter would be to break their own club record.

That came during the 2006-07 Serie A season.

That campaign, with Roberto Mancini as coach, Inter finished with a total of 97 points.

Simone Inzaghi is at the helm. And he has every chance of outdoing the former Manchester City and Italy coach’s achievement.

Inter would need a total of eighteen points to hit 97 points – and nineteen to exceed it.

That means that Inter will need to win at least six of their final eight matches.

That is hardly an unrealistic expectation considering Inter’s record over the season to date.

Then, one draw and one loss. Inter would therefore finish the season with a total of 98 points.