Inter Milan coach Simone Inzaghi expects Francesco Acerbi, Stefano Sensi, and Alexis Sanchez back fit after the international break.

Speaking to InterTV after the Nerazzurri’s 4-0 Serie A win over Fiorentina, via FCInterNews, the Nerazzurri coach updated on the condition of the trio who had been absent from  yesterday evening’s match.

Inter were missing three players from their squad in yesterday’s match.

One was defender Acerbi. The 35-year-old continues to be out with a calf injury that he picked up in preseason training.

Acerbi had also missed the Nerazzurri’s first two Serie A matches against Monza and Cagliari.

Meanwhile, Sensi was reportedly not deemed to be fit enough to start. Recurring injury problems have become a theme for the 28-year-old’s time at Inter.

And lastly, forward Sanchez also missed out.

The reason for this was reportedly a lack of match-fitness. The Chilean had not had the chance to train with other players since leaving Marseille earlier this summer.

Inter Coach Inzaghi Gives Acerbi, Sensi & Sanchez Updates

Of the performances by Inter’s forwards yesterday, Inzaghi said that “They did very well. Including Arnautovic when he came on.”

“After the break we’ll also have Acerbi, Sensi, and Sanchez back. They’ll give us new solutions.”

Of his team’s start to the season, Inzaghi said that “We’ve played three matches in the best way possible.”

“We’ve been training well for the past fifty days, in Italy and also abroad where the temperatures were very high [in the preseason tour of Japan].”

“There’s a great spirit here,” he said. “We want to keep it going.”

“The guys are doing well in both phases of play. They’re sacrificing themselves.”

Of the team’s three clean sheets, Inzaghi stressed that “They don’t just depend on the defenders. They also need the midfielders and forwards.”

Regarding Marcus Thuram’s goal, Inzaghi said that “He had an excellent preseason. Then in Cagliari, I said I was sorry that he wasn’t able to score.”

“He’s a generous player who always works for the team. I’m glad that he capped off his performance with a goal.”