Inter head coach Simone Inzaghi is only planning to make one change to the team that beat Napoli 3-2 on Sunday for this evening’s Champions League clash with Shakhtar Donetsk, in the form of Edin Dzeko coming in.
This according to Italian broadcaster Sky Sport Italia, who report that the Bosnian is set to replace Joaquin Correa in the lineup but that otherwise the eleven will look the same as it did against the Partenopei over the weekend.
Inter faced one of their most important matches when they hosted the Partenopei over the weekend, with the head-t0-head clash having significant Scudetto implications.
Inzaghi went with what he felt was the strongest possible eleven for the occasion, and he is set to do so again as his team prepare for another fixture that will be of great importance to their season.
Inter can progress to the knockout rounds of Europe’s top competition with a win over Shakhtar should Sheriff Tiraspol also lose to Real Madrid, and so apart from Dzeko coming in for Correa as he is now more fit, Inzaghi plans to use his most important players for the clash.