Inter Milan v Torino Live Stream : Watch Online from San Siro in Serie A Sunday

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Inter Milan will hope to capitalise on any slip up by Fiorentina when they take on Torino at the San Siro this afternoon.

With Fiorentina way to Juventus on the same day, Inter can close the gap on fourth place to just one point if they beat Torino and Vincenzo Montello’s side lose.


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Walter Mazzarri’s side are currently enjoying a good run of form, winning two and drawing two of their last four games, the most result being a hard fought point with second place Roma.

The club have been strong on their own patch this season, losing just once all season and they are currently in the middle of a 10 game unbeaten run at home.

The arrival of Erick Thohir as the club’s new owner has sparked talk of a challenge next season and that talk has intensified following the news midweek that Manchester United captain Nemanja Vidic was set to join the club.

The much sought former Serbian International will arrive in Milan on a free in the summer and the defender is just the first of a number of signings promised by Thohir.

The Indonesian Businessman has proved good to his word so far, providing the funds for the January capture of playmaker Hernanes.

The former Lazio midfielder has struggled with injury since his arrival but is set to return to the Inter team on Sunday and has admitted he is settling in well in his new surroundings.

“When I arrived here a fan had told me that I was wanted at Inter as if I had already been here for a long time,” he told Inter Channel.

“I’ve immediately felt great affection from the Nerazzurri fans. I knew that sooner or later I’d be able to win over the fans, but I thought that they’d want to see me play on the pitch first.

“I’m doing very well in Milan. I have found a house already and there’s an optimal climate. Therefore, I’m all set to have a great ending to the season.

“I’m really looking forward to these last 12 games. I, along with the rest of the team, really want to do well because we truly have the chance to.”
Inter will be without suspended duo Walter Samuel and Juan Jesus for the game while Javier Zanetti could feature after resuming training midweek.

Torino meanwhile will also be without a suspended star with Kamil Glik sitting the game out.

Trevor Keane is an Irish based sports writer and the author of Gaffers, 50 years of Irish Managers and Running through Walls, the Dave Langan Story.