Former Italy coach Arrigo Sacchi expects an action-packed contest between Bologna and Inter Milan this Saturday at the Renato Dall’Ara Stadium.

The Rossoblu was one of the few sides that managed to derail the momentum of Simone Inzaghi’s men this season.

The two sides shared the spoils in the reverse fixture at San Siro following an entertaining 2-2 draw.

Thiago Motta’s men also stunned the Nerazzurri with a late come-from-behind victory in the Coppa Italia Round of 16.

For his part, Sacchi envisions yet another intriguing contest with Inter starting on the attack.

“I want to see if Inter will continue to show progress as it’s been the case in recent weeks,” said the 77-year-old in his interview with La Gazzetta dello Sport via FcInterNews.

“I expect them to play offensive and aggressive football. However, I’m not sure what Inzaghi has in store for us.

“Perhaps he’ll choose to attack on counterattacks. That’s why I’m looking forward to see how this matchup unfolds.”

Arrigo Sacchi Expects Inter Milan To Go On The Attack Vs Bologna

The legendary AC Milan coach underlines Inter’s best traits, including team unity and pressing game.

“Inter have made considerable progress. Now they are a team that moves together. Everyone helps each other.

“And let’s not forget about their pressing game. And then on the counterattack, they are a lethal group.”

“Inter have been playing well lately. They are always on the attack and active on the ball.

“They must continue on this path, following the instruction of Inzaghi who has greatly improved.

“The objective must be to play a progressive brand of football, especially with a view to the Champions League.

“Therefore, they must move without the ball, attack spaces, press and dribble quickly.

“This is an active team, unlike many others in Serie A who only await their opponents.”