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Internazionale vs Sampdoria Italian Serie A Stadio Stadio Giuseppe Meazza Sunday 1st December 2013 – Kickoff time 15:00
Walter Mazzarri will be looking to inflict defeat on one of his former clubs when Inter host Sampdoria on Sunday.
The Nerazzurri head coach spent two years with the Genoa-based team from 2007 to 2009 - earning sixth and 13th place finishes in Serie A - before taking the reins at Napoli ahead of the 2009-10 campaign.
However, Mazzarri will put any sentimental feelings to one side at San Siro as he looks to extend his current side's unbeaten Serie A run to seven games.
Inter sit fourth in the table after 13 matches, but they were held 1-1 at lowly Bologna last time out.
Mazzarri could be without defender Yuto Nagatomo for visit of Sampdoria after he picked up a muscle problem at Bologna, while Mauro Icardi, Diego Milito, Cristian Chivu, and Walter Samuel are all set to miss this weekend's clash through injury.
Sunday's match at San Siro will see ex-Inter defender Sinisa Mihajlovic take charge of his second Sampdoria game after Lorik Cana's injury-time equaliser denied him victory against another of his former clubs, Lazio, in his first fixture at the helm.
It denied Sampdoria their first win since a 1-0 success over Atalanta on October 26 and leaves them in 18th place, with just two wins from 13 Serie A fixtures this term.
Midfielder Nenad Krsticic was dismissed for two bookable offences against Lazio, meaning he is suspended for the trip to a ground Sampdoria have not won at since December 1996, when they secured a 4-3 victory.
The corresponding fixture last season ended 3-2 to Inter, with Milito, Rodrigo Palacio and Freddy Guarin on target for the hosts while Gianni Munari and Eder replied for Sampdoria.

Inter Milan have been undefeated in their last six matches, in which two finished in clean sheets and one ended with a two-goal lead. The strong results, which rendered them with a 26-point earning, helped them to stay within the league’s top four. Only Napoli, Roma, and Juventus are above the squad’s feats this season.

Inter are at their strongest when playing at their home grounds, as substantiated by the four home victories (out of six fixtures) they achieved since the curtain raiser. Defense-wise, Walter Mazzarri’s men are among the better players in the Italian top-flight league, having been able to obtain clean sheets five times this term. Overall, the troupe have already scored 30 goals and conceded only 13. Rodrigo Palacio netted the most goals with seven; he is also the best player in terms of assists.

Inter Milan: Handanovic; Campagnaro, Rolando, Juan Jesus; Jonathan, Taider, Cambiasso, Alvarez, Pereira; Guarin; Palacio

Sampdoria: Da Costa; Palombo, Gastaldello, Costa, Mustafi; De Silvestri, Krsticic; Obiang, Wszolek, Gabbiadini; Pozzi

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