File - Inter Milan's coach Walter Mazzarri reacts during the Italian Serie A football match Inter Milan vs Sampdoria at San Siro Stadium in Milan on October 29, 2014. AFP PHOTO / GIUSEPPE CACACE
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To say Inter Milan coach Walter Mazzarri is living on borrowed time as his side take on Saint-Etienne in the Europa League Thursday is little short of an understatement.The 0-0 draw between the sides in Italy last time out may have left Inter comfortably top of Group F with seven points, but the calls for Mazzarri's head gathered force again at the weekend after a 2-0 away league defeat at struggling Parma.Italy's last Champions League winners, in 2010, Inter have not conceded a goal in this year's Europa League campaign, but will come up against another tight defense, as Saint-Etienne have managed three goalless draws in their fist three group matches to trail Inter by four points.Spurs are unbeaten in their last three away European games, but have never won in Greece against local opposition in three attempts.
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