Internazionale Milano plays host to Partizan Belgrade at the famed Giuseppe Meazza stadium for the UEFA Europa League, and will be looking to take control of their group with a positive result.
For Inter Milan's manager, Andrea Stramaccioni, his focus will be to gain full points for his team, which will solidify their place as Group H leaders and almost assuredly reserve them a place in the next round of the tournament.
Inter has been inconsistent on the field with periods of solid play coupled with streaks of passionless football. The Italian team is fortunate to currently be leading the group after a 3-1 away win against Neftchi and a poorly played 2-2 draw against Rubin Kazan in what has been their only home game thus far in the tournament.
To make Stramaccioni's task more difficult is the fact that Inter will once again be without Dutch international Wesley Snejder, who is still recovering from a muscle contusion.
To help the sporadic Italian side is the fact that Inter has never lost against Serbian teams in six matches, winning four and drawing two, while Partizan has not been successful against Italian teams.
Partizan Belgrade has a less than stellar record against Italian teams. In 13 matches, Partizan has won only once while drawing four times and losing eight.
But the record is even worse when Partisan plays on Italian soil. The side is winless in six matches in Italy, drawing four and losing two.
But both clubs have had their own difficulties in the Europa League this season. Inter has yet to win a home match, with a record of two draws and one defeat. While Partizan has failed to win in six away games in the Europa League final with five defeats.
Kick-off for the match is at 1:00 p.m. EDT and can be watched online here.