New Inter boss Luciano Spalletti will be looking to continue his strong start to the Serie A when his side welcome SPAL 2013 to the San Siro on Sunday.
With four others team also winning their first two games, things are tight at the top of the table and while Inter will be looking for an easy opponent in SPAL, who were promoted last season, they have started to prove their worth early on.
It should still be a comfortable win for the experienced Serie A side, here’s the expected winning side.
Regular Inter goalkeeper Samir Handanović will be keeping his place between the sticks after two more strong performances, in which he only conceded one goal.
The back four will also remain unchanged apart from Dalbert Henrique coming in at left-back for Yuto Nagatomo as part of squad rotation.
Miranda is also expected to keep his place at centre-back despite picking up a concussion last week – provided he is deemed able to play on the weekend.
Inter’s solid midfield will also remain the same with Borja Valero and Matías Vecino holding the centre of the field, while João Mário will head the attack with Antonio Candreva and Ivan Perisic lining up behind Mauro Icardi.
Roberto Gagliardini could potentially replace Vecino should Spalletti decide to rest him after his international duty for Uruguay.
While Mauro Icardi was recalled to the Argentina national side he will keep his place at the head of the team after scoring two goals in both the opening matches – and his quality and current form will be crucial.
He could see himself brought off early if Inter build a big lead in the first hour.