Inter Milan are hoping to spark their season into life by becoming the first team to win a match at Cesena on Sunday.
The ninth-placed Nerazzurri head into the encounter at the Dino Manuzzi stadium with only two victories in their seven league games.
The Italian giants are winless in their last three matches, including Thursday's goalless draw at home to St. Etienne in the Europa League.
The draw at least kept Inter in command of Group F, three points clear of nearest rivals Quarabag.
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