Former Inter midfielder Stephane Dalmat expressed his hatred for Juventus and that he believes that Inter Milan must win tonight Derby d’Italia at 20:45 CET.

In a video published on his Instagram account during a live feed, as reported via FCInterNews, former Nerazzurri midfielder Stephane Dalmat gave his analysis on tonight’s upcoming Derby d’Italia between Juventus and Inter at the Allianz Stadium in Turin at 20:45 CET.

“We have been waiting for this game for a week. It is a very important game. First, because it is Juventus and I hate them. Second, because tonight we must win.

“We are two points above them and we could send them five points back. In the footballing sense it will be a war, it is a fundamental game for them. We are in good form and we played well last game,” continued Dalmat.

“I watched Juventus play against PSG and I have to be honest that they played well. It will be a tough game, but in the end it is only the three points that count.

“Inter will play Atalanta and Bologna and it’s important to end this run very well. Then there will be the World Cup afterwards and then another league season will start.

“The objective for Inter will be to catch Napoli. Eitherway, we have to win tonight.

“I will watch the game from home in front of my TV with my son, while wearing my Inter jersey,” concluded Dalmat.

Former French midfielder Stephane Dalmat started his career in 1997 with Chateauroux before moving to Lens, Marseille and Paris Saint-Germain.

Dalmat joined Inter in 2001. During his four year stint with the Nerazzurri, Dalmat made forty-eight appearances across all competitions scoring three goals in the process.

The French midfielder joined Tottenham Hotspur and Toulouse on loan during his time under contract with the Nerazzurri.

Dalmat left Inter in 2005 to join Racing Santander before joining Bordereaux in 2006. The midfielder had a three year stint with Sochaux before joining Rennes in 2012 and then retiring with Nimes in 2013.