Spezia coach Vincenzo Italiano believes a 2-2 draw against Sampdoria is ‘a good result’ and says his lads will prepare for a ‘true battle’ against Torino on Saturday.

Spezia picked up a draw in the Liguria derby against Claudio Ranieri’s side.

They are now level on 35 points with Torino, four points clear of Benevento, who are third from the bottom, but Filippo Inzaghi’s side play the next game against already-relegated Crotone.

Spezia coach Vincenzo Italiano believes a 2-2 draw against Sampdoria is ‘a good result’ and says his lads will prepare for a ‘true battle’ against Torino on Saturday.

Spezia picked up a draw in the Liguria derby against Claudio Ranieri’s side.

They are now level on 35 points with Torino, four points clear of Benevento, who are third from the bottom, but Filippo Inzaghi’s side play the next game against already-relegated Crotone.

“The draw is a good result, we have two games left to secure survival and we’ll need to give our best to,” Italiano told DAZN.

“Both Farias and Maggiore had two big chances, we created a lot it’s a pity we couldn’t get more. Now we have two games at home to end the season.

“We want to gain survival so much. We could have done better in some situations, but that’s who we are.

“It will be a true battle against Torino, we have just a few days to prepare the game, we’ll try to create trouble for them.”

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