Stramaccioni: If we play without caution, we could become Napoli's ideal opponents

The Nerazzurri boss says he is worried about the threat that Walter Mazzarri's men pose but has also said Antonio Cassano's return will help them for a number of reasons
Andrea Stramaccioni has revealed that Napoli could exploit his side's weaknesses, if they are not careful and has pinpointed Edinson Cavani as the main danger man.

Inter host the Partenopei on Sunday at 20:45CET, and according to the Nerazzurri coach, the visitors have every chance of taking something from the game.

"If we play without caution, we could become Napoli’s ideal opponents. They are strong in certain areas that could exploit our weaknesses," Stramaccioni told a press conference.

"Cavani is becoming one of the best strikers in the world. He has all the desired abilities of the perfect modern striker because he combines his talent with physicality, and he also helps off the ball."

Antonio Cassano made his return from suspension on Thursday in the Europa League and his trainer has said the side have missed the forward for a number of reasons.

He added: "We have deeply missed Cassano, but I do not want to place too much pressure on him. He is a talented player and we also missed his strong personality."