Also, on Sunday is the day for the Italian Calcio. The event that we really want to predict and give our exclusive verdict is going to be from Serie A, the last game of the 8th round will be between SPAL 2003 and Inter Milan. The game will be held in Stadio Paolo Mazza, Ferrara city, Italy. Fortunately, Fabio Maresca was assigned to the event.
After an XXL recruitment marked by the arrivals of Radja Nainggolan, Stefan De Vrij or Kwadwo Asamoah, Inter Milan had great ambitions for this new season. If the recovery was difficult for teammates Mauro Icardi, the club Lombard has finally found its cruising pace. Since their victory in very last minutes against Tottenham in the Champions League (2:1), men Luciano Spalletti remain five wins in a row.
In addition to having made the full box in the Champions League with two wins out of two games, Inter Milan has returned to the 4th place in the standing. For its part, the state of form of the SPAL is totally opposite. After a very interesting start to the season, Alfred Gomis' teammates are crumbling. Indeed, SPAL have just lost four in the last five clashes. This is not the best way to welcome Inter Milan in great shape.
Inter Milan remains on five consecutive wins in all competitions. While SPAL has lost their last three games. In their last five games, SPAL has lost four games. Also, Inter Milan has won their last three games away from home. A victory would allow the Lombard club to consolidate their position in the first four places.
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