Believe it or not mighty Inter have couldn’t win a single game in 2014. They have extremely talented players in the squad and as a consequence Inter dominate most opponents, but something just isn’t clicking upfront.
You don’t have to be an analyst or hold a UEFA coaching license to realize Inter have problems when it comes to building up dangerous actions. Coach Mazzarri hinted that a few changes will take place in order to make Inter more competitive.
Central midfielder Kovacic lost coach’s confidence and will most probably watch the game from the bench. Inter should start with newly arrived midfielders D’Ambrosio and Hernanes, along with central midfielder Guarin who missed last round. In this formula there should be more speed and creativity for Inter.
Malesani took charge of Sassuolo last week but the new coach effect was nowhere to be seen. Malesani switched to a midfield in 5, sacrificing the defense (went from 4 defenders to 3). It remains to be seen if Malesani will keep only 3 defenders, especially with central defender Antei returning from suspension.
In comparison to last round Sassuolo will miss suspended midfielder Mendes.
Inter will be more fired up than ever in their pursuit of the 1st win in 2014. This game should have only 1 direction, towards Sassuolo’s net. With fresh forces in midfield Inter should be able to get back to winning days.
Hosts won’t stop after taking the lead, they will push for the entire 90 minutes taking vengeance for recent results. Inter -1.5 at evens from Paddy Power is definitely worth some medium stakes.
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