Inter Milan could beat the record held by Juventus for most points during the second half of a Serie A season.

This is highlighted in today’s print edition of Rome-based newspaper Corriere dello Sport, via FCInterNews.

Inter look all but certain to clinch the Serie A title this season.

Therefore, the Nerazzurri could already start to think about fighting for a place in the record book.

Most ambitiously, Inter could aim to break the record for most points in a single Serie A campaign.

That record currently belongs to Juventus. The Bianconeri finished the 2013-14 campaign with 102 points.

Inter could still hit 103 points this campaign. But that would require them to win every single one of their seven remaining matches.

Not an impossible task – but certainly not easy.

One record that Inter could break even if they fail to win one of their remaining matches is that for most points over the second half of a season.

Inter Could Break Juventus Record For Points Over Second Half Of A Serie A Season

The most points that any team has taken over the second half of a Serie A season is 52.

It is once again the Bianconeri who hold that record. They set it during the second half of the 2015-16 campaign.

That season, Juventus got off to a truly horrific start. They won just three of their opening ten matches, taking a total of twelve points.

However, following matchday ten, a switch seemed to flip for the Bianconeri.

From that point on Juventus won all but two of their matches. They had a goalless draw against Bologna, and lost to Hellas Verona on the penultimate matchday of the season.

Inter’s season hasn’t been quite the same story.

Unlike Juventus during the 2015-16 campaign, Inter have both started the season at a roaring pace and kept it up all season long.

Over the second half of the campaign so far, the Nerazzurri have only dropped points once. That was a draw against Napoli.

Therefore, Inter are currently picking up points at a pace of 2.83 per match over the second half of the campaign.

That is better than Juventus’s pace over the second half of the 2015-16 season.

Accordingly, the record is still very much in play for Inter.