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  • March 11, 2011
  • • 19:45
  • • Stadio Mario Rigamonti, Brescia
  • Referee: G. Rocchi
  • • Attendance: 27000
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Serie A Preview: Brescia - Inter

Serie A Preview: Brescia - Inter

PROBABLE LINE-UPS
Brescia:  Arcari; Zebina, Mareco, Zobol; Zambelli, Kone, Vass, Hetemaj, Berardi; Diamanti, Caracciolo http://i.goal.com/files/images/stats/goal/team-logos/4/114_48x48.jpg

Inter: Julio Cesar; Maicon, Lucio, Ranocchia, Chivu; Zanetti, Thiago Motta, Stankovic; Sneijder; Pazzini, Eto'o

Inter Milan


DID YOU KNOW?
 
  • Brescia have failed to pick up a win in their last four matches.
  • The Rondinelle have only scored six goals since the winter break.
  • Brescia have been held scoreless 12 times this season.
  • Inter have scored 35 goals in the second half of the season.
  • The Nerazzurri have not played out a draw since Leonardo took over in late December (11 wins and two defeats).
  • The Beneamata have scored four goals or more in five games this season.
  • Samuel Eto'o is third in the race for the Capocannoniere with 18 goals.
  • Inter are currently riding a four-game winning streak.

LAST MEETING



November 6, 2010: Inter 1-1 Brescia


The Nerazzurri needed a second half goal from Samuel Eto'o from the penalty spot to salvage a point against Brescia after Andrea Caracciolo opened the scoring 14 minutes into the game.

To make matters worse, Walter Samuel also went down with a serious knee injury and has not played since the draw at San Siro.

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Last Five Matches
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Available Squads
1Michele ArcariGoalkeeper
-Davide ZoboliDefender
-Francesco BegaDefender
11Jonathan ZebinaDefender
-Gaetano BerardiDefender
56Perparim HetemajMidfielder
18Ádám VassMidfielder
33Panagiotis KoneMidfielder
15Marco ZambelliDefender
-Andrea CaraccioloStriker
-Alessandro DiamantiStriker
-Matteo SereniGoalkeeper
28Fabio DaprelàDefender
23EderStriker
-Victor MarecoDefender
-Davide BaioccoMidfielder
-Davide PossanziniStriker
-Davide LanzafameStriker
30Julio CésarGoalkeeper
55Yuto NagatomoDefender
13Andrea RanocchiaDefender
33LúcioDefender
13MaiconDefender
9Samuel Eto'oStriker
10Dejan StankovicManager/Coach
10Wesley SneijderMidfielder
4Javier ZanettiDefender
19Goran PandevStriker
11Giampaolo PazziniStriker
-Luca CastellazziGoalkeeper
-Iván Ramiro CórdobaDefender
-Houssine KharjaMidfielder
-McDonald MarigaMidfielder
20Joel ObiMidfielder
23Marco MaterazziDefender
10CoutinhoMidfielder
Players to Watch
Andrea Caracciolo
Andrea Caracciolo
Position: Striker
Squad Number: 0
Games Goals YC RC
0 0 0 0
The towering striker leads the team in scoring and found the back of the net in the first meeting between the two sides at San Siro. He will need to throw his weight around once again if Brescia are to earn a positive result.
Samuel Eto'o
Samuel Eto'o
Position: Striker
Squad Number: 9
Games Goals YC RC
0 0 0 0
The Cameroon star has been sensational so far this season and has three goals in the past two games. Scored from the penalty spot against Brescia last November and will be eager to put the Rondinelle to the sword on Friday.
Prediction
Inter have too much firepower for the Serie A newboys and although the hosts will put up a fight, the champions will pick up their fifth victory on the trot on Friday evening.
Editor's Prediction
Inter 2

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