It's really quite simple. Win and 3rd place is definitely within our grasp. Lose and 3rd place is all but a pipe dream. Draw and...it's probably over? Whatever the case may be both teams will be fired up for this match and this could simply come down to which set of players wants it more. We all have seen how well Inter can play when they are at their best this season, and today they need to match the intensity and desire seen in the second leg Coppa Italia match against Juventus in order to pull off a win here. Roma might be coming into this match on a 8 game winning streak but Mancini's team can roll with the best in Italy when they are on their game so now is the time for them to lace up their boots and show what they are truly capable of. If they don't this match could turn out to be very ugly.
Roma: Szczesny; Florenzi, Manolas, Rudiger, Digne; Nainggolan, Pjanic, Keita; Salah, Perotti, El Shaarawy.
Inter: Handanovic; D'Ambrosio, Miranda, Murillo, Nagatomo; Brozovic, Medel; Biabiany, Ljajic, Perisic; Eder.
How to Watch:
TV: beIN Sports (U.S. & Canada), Sky Calcio 1 HD, Sky Sport 1 HD, Sky SuperCalcio HD (Italy), PremiumSport HD (Italy), RAI International
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