Inter skipper Javier Zanetti is eagerly anticipating this weekend's Serie A match against Juventus and is hopeful the Giuseppe Meazza side can record a shock win.
Zanetti, who is still out of action because of an Achilles injury suffered at the end of last season, acknowledges that the Turin giants are the team to beat, but has insisted that the Nerazzurri will do their utmost to bag the full three points on Saturday.
"Juventus are a great team that has been playing well for years. We’re going to give our all. I believe we’re a team making rapid progress. It won’t be an easy game. We’ll see what happens on the pitch," the 40-year-old told reporters.
"It will be a big match, as it always is between these two great clubs. It’s a game you really get up for: it means a lot and we hope it goes well for us.
"I think Juventus are a great team and I’m sure they’ll fight to the end to win the league."
The match at San Siro is scheduled to kick off at 18:00CET.