Inter Milan will look to finally shake free of the shackles that have seemingly bound them so far this season with a much needed win against fellow under-achievers Fiorentina as Bet365 announce they are streaming all Serie A games this weekend.
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Former Chelsea boss Claudio Ranieri was shipped into the San Siro to help turn around one of the most disastrous starts to a season for the Italian giants in recent memory, and while the Italian has done that to some extent, he remains unable to lift them further up the table than 15th, where they currently lie.
Inter suffered a major setback last week as they suffered a 1-0 defeat against 3rd placed Udinese just as they appeared to be stringing together a run of results, while last month’s defeat against Juventus has more than demonstrated they remain some way off the leading pack in Serie A.
Fiorentina meanwhile sit five places above Inter and go into the game against Inter on the back of a major win over Roma, who were reduced to eight men on their way to a 3-0 thrashing.
Neither side have set the world alight when it comes to finding the back of the net, with Inter’s leading scorer, Diego Milito, leading the way for the Milan club on three goals while Fiorentina’s Stevan Jovetic is fairing only slight better on 6 goals thirteen games into the season.
The away side’s inconsistencies have hindered their progress up the league of late, with the win against Roman and last month’s 2-1 success at Empoli their only two victories in their last five games, with losses against Palermo and Chievio in recent weeks particularly damaging.
Inter will look to midfield dynamo Wesley Sneijder to drive them to success, while Ranieri will hope that rumours linking Diego Forlan with a switch back to England will not unsettle him going into Saturday’s game at the San Siro.