Inter may have won their last five Serie A games, but Mimmo Di Carlo expects struggling Sampdoria to cause them problems this evening.
“Sampdoria, at San Siro, could be the surprise of the night,” Di Carlo, sacked by Chievo Verona earlier this season, told Radio Sportiva.
“That’s because Inter are a side who do create a lot in the attacking third, but they always gift their opponents opportunities at the other end.”
Ciro Ferrara’s Doria will go into the tie having lost their last four in the League and not recording a victory since Week 3.
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