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Both Inter Milan and Roma will be looking to recover from opening day defeats this weekend when the meet at the San Siro.

Inter lost a thriller at Palermo during the first game of the campaign, going down 4-3 despite leading the game twice. It was a contest that highlighted their potential defensive flaws as well as their superb attacking ability.

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Roma were on the wrong end of a defeat too as they suffered a very disappointing 2-1 loss at home to Cagliari. During what was a very frustrating 90 minutes in front of an expectant crowd, the home side also had Jose Angel sent off midway through the second-half.

So, there is no doubt both of these teams will want to register their first points of the season this weekend. Both have big ambitions this year, so two defeats to begin with would be a very unwelcome tone to set.

Looking at the team news, Inter should have new signing Diego Forlan available so this is a massive boost for them. Key player Wesley Sneijder should be back too after recovering from a knock, so it will be a strong Inter side.

As for Roma, they have been in relaxed mood during the week with veteran skipper Francesco Totti taking his team out for a meal in the name of team bonding. We will wait and see whether this helps them get a positive result.

One thing for sure is that if this match is anything like the corresponding fixture from last year, there will be plenty of entertainment on show.

Inter ran out 5-3 winners back in February, with former striker Samuel Eto’o netting twice to help them to three points on an evening full of twists and turns.

With both teams desperate not to lose this weekend, it might not be quite as open as this of course, but it could only take one goal to get things going.

It gets underway at 7.45pm on Saturday evening.


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