The Serie A side's coach says the match on Saturday is crucial to the club's season but admits he has many injured players
A win would see the Nerazzurri second in Serie A over the Christmas period, but the coach feels that there is no time for teams to breathe with injured players and a busy schedule."It's a game that has a fundamental importance. I want to see a great Inter, because with a win comes second place at [the] half-way [point of the season],” said the Inter coach.
“There are some injured too, the latest Nagatomo and Castellazi, nor [is] Cambiasso fine. If the disqualification of Guarin were to be confirmed, then we're really [low on] numbers," the Italian told Sport Media Set.
The team goes into the match having defeated Verona in the Coppa Italia on Tuesday.