Our prediction for this Serie A match:
Crotone and Inter go head to head in a David-vs-Goliath clash at Stadio Ezio Scida. Crotone failed to secure the Serie A survival, but, no doubt, their pride will be at stake in the remainder of the season. The rock-bottom side proved their worth in a 4-3 win over Parma, but they will have a much bigger fish to fry against the league leaders. Samuel Di Carmine remains on the sidelines with injury, but he should be the only absentee in the home team.
The Nerazzurri, on the other hand, picked up vital three points from the Verona game, with the team moving one step closer to regaining Scudetto. Antonio Conte’s men are seen as hot favourites to win Saturday’s clash, and seeing that the former Chelsea boss has almost a full squad to choose from, anything but a routine away win should be a major surprise.
Highlighted Player (Alex Cordaz):
Alex Cordaz is an Italian goalkeeper who plays for Crotone, who returned to the Serie A at the end of the 2015/2016 season. Cordaz was born in Vittorio Veneto on 1 January 1983 and he started his youth career at Inter. He played one game for the Nerazzurri in the Serie A and in 2006 he joined Treviso.
After making 18 league appearances for the club from 2006 to 2009, he joined with Swiss side Lugano on a free transfer. The 188-cm-tall goalkeeper played 56 league games for Lugano and in 2011 he returned to Italy as he signed a contract with Cittadella. As expected, he established himself as a first-choice goalkeeper and he made no less than 80 league appearances for the club between 2011 and 2013.
Alex Cordaz currently plays for Crotone and it has to be noted that he made 42 appearances for the club in the 2015/2016 Serie B campaign.
Highlighted Team (Inter):
Internazionale Milano, known as Internazionale, Inter or Inter named Milan, is a football club from Italy, founded on March 9, 1908 by a number of "rebels" who did not like in the regulations of the Milan Cricket and Football Club, now known as AC Milan. The main objection was that no foreign players were allowed. In 1928 the club merged with US Milanese and strongly entered a time when Ambrosiana-Inter survived.
The club, nicknamed the Nerazzurri or the blue / blacks has had many successes. This is how Inter Milan won 18 national titles, seven times the Italian Cup, the UEFA Cup 3x, and 3x times the Champions League, formerly known as the European Cup I.