Domenico Di Carlo warns Inter that Chievo are entirely capable of conquering San Siro today.
“It's true, we are in good form right now, so why shouldn't we win in Milan? I have the utmost faith in my lads,” said the Coach.
“Inter are strong, but that doesn't mean we're beaten before the opening whistle. Chievo will be aggressive to the right degree, put pressure on them and ensure we're not tied up by their possession.”
The Nerazzurri have lost two on the trot and are the only team yet to score a single goal on home turf in this Serie A season.
“Inter aren't going through a great period, but they remain strong and looking at their individuals they are all champions.
“I admire Claudio Ranieri, as he has grit and can do very well at San Siro.”
Gennaro Sardo is out for at least a month with a thigh strain, so Di Carlo has to make some changes.
“We are playing three games this week, so have to take that into account. Some could rest, I am making my evaluations.”
Chievo squad: Squizzi, Puggioni, Sorrentino, Cesar, Dramé, Andreolli, Frey, Jokic, Mandelli, Morero, Bradley, Cruzado, Gallozzi, Hetemaj, Rigoni, Sammarco, Vacek, Moscardelli, Paloschi, Pellissier, Thereau
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