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Roberto Mancini: It's never easy to go to Chievo's place


Internazionale coach Roberto Mancini has warned his players to be careful against unbeaten Chievo on Sunday.

Rolando Maran's men enjoyed a very positive start to the campaign, winning two of their first three games of the season.

And Mancini understand a top performance is required by his players if they are to take all three points from the Stadio Marc'Antonio Bentegodi.

"We have to focus on our football and on the team," Mancini told reporters on Saturday morning.

"I have my own job to do, which is to get the players ready for tomorrow's match.

"It would be great if we could win tomorrow because, like with our derby victory, it creates less stressful conditions for you to work in.

"It's never easy to go to Chievo's place and it will be even tougher this time around because they've got off to a flying start.

"I think it will take at least ten games before the league table starts to take shape and then we'll see who's able to challenge for which positions. Teams like Juventus and AC Milan are quite capable of stringing together a run of wins.

"We have to see if we can get Jesus and Miranda fit. Miranda has been training well but we need to assess whether it's worth risking him."

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