Rudi Garcia predicts an “exciting game” when his Roma meet Inter - “we train every day to play games like this.”
The Giallorossi are top of the League, with Roberto Mancini’s side just two points behind them, and the two face off at San Siro tomorrow.
“We don’t change our attitude, we always play to win,” Garcia told journalists in his pre-match Press conference.
“It will be an exciting game, we train every day to play games like this. They’re well-organised, they don’t concede many, because they’re so strong physically, and often that’s enough to win.
“Mancini? He’s a great Coach, he’s won in England too.
“Are they favourites for the title? I’m not good at this game [predictions], ask me at the end of the season.”
The Nerazzurri played on Tuesday, while Garcia’s side beat Udinese on Wednesday, but Garcia doesn’t think an extra day’s rest will be a factor.
“It may seem that way, but they played most of the game with 10-men, while we got two early goals against Udinese and could manage the game.”
Daniele De Rossi is a doubt for the game, but the French Coach hinted that his vice-captain could be available.
“Daniele is better every day,” Garcia assured.
“We have training this afternoon and we’ll evaluate him.”