Inter go into this game looking to finally record the first home win of the season, but that could prove to be a difficult task with in-form Fiorentina on the other side.
Having outplayed Juventus at Artemio Franchi, Viola now aim to prove their worth with a good result at Giuseppe Meazza.
Inter were always going to be inconsistent this season after the squad underwent major changes in the summer, but nobody could predict such a start to the season.
While the Neroazzurri have been absolutely brilliant on the travels, winning all five away games, they have failed to win any of their first five games at home.
Everybody at the club is concerned by this dismal run, and that is one of the reasons why home win pays 2.25 (5/4) at Paddy Power.
With the switch to Italy’s favourite 3-5-2 formation helping the side show a massive improvement in the 2-0 win over Chievo, Andrea Stramaccioni is set to continue with a three-man defence.
Rodrigo Palacio, Wesley Sneijder, Dejan Stankovic and McDonald Mariga remain sidelined, while Esteban Cambiasso is likely to be rested.
Probable starting line-up (3-5-2): Handanovic – Ranocchia, Samuel, Juan Jesus – Nagatomo, Zanetti, Gargano, Guarin, Pereira – Milito, Cassano.
While the record of 8 points in first 5 games can be considered as a good start for Fiorentina, in all honesty, the team should have taken at least few more points.
Boosted by the heavy summer recruitment and the excellent work of coach Vincenzo Montella, Viola hit the ground running early on and managed to outplay all five opponents at the start of the Serie A campaign.
After they were unlucky not to get anything from the away match against Napoli, Fiorentina produced a stunning performance to completely outclass bitter rivals Juventus at Artemio Franchi and they can take a lot of heart from that performance.
Taking also into account Inter’s awful home record, odds of 3.60 (13/5) offered at Stan James on away win could be worth a shot.
With Alberto Aquilani, Francesco Della Rocca and Mounir El Hamdaoui still unavailable, there is every chance we will see just one change to the team that played out a goalless draw with Juventus.
Giuglio Migliaccio should be preferred to Romulo, but Matias Fernandez hasn’t done enough to push Adem Ljajic out of the starting line-up.
Probable starting line-up (3-5-2): Viviano – Roncaglia, Rodriguez, Tomovic – Cuadrado, Migliaccio, Pizarro, Borja Valero, Pasqual – Jovetic, Ljajic.