Internazionale coach Roberto Mancini has warned his players not to take tomorrow's opposition lightly.
The Nerazzurri are away at newly-promoted Carpi on Sunday evening as they will be determined to take all three points before the international break.
"If we want to beat Carpi, Inter will have to be playing at 200%," Mancini told reporters.
"This is their first home game in Serie A and they'll be pulling all the stops out. We mustn't look at their defeat in Genoa. It doesn't tell you much because the contest was over after half an hour. It was just one of those days where everything goes wrong for you.
"All I'm worried about is that we're playing a match everyone thinks is going to be easy. There are no easy games in football, especially in Serie A.
"We have to turn in an exceptional performance and give everything we've got. Every game is tough and tight at the start of the season because all the teams are highly focused.
"We have to be at the top of our game."