`The Special One` may opt for a 4-3-3 formation in the Ukraine, with the young Italian as a key component of his offensive unit, according to Goal.com.

Inter will start their crucial Champions League match in the Ukraine against Dynamo Kiev on Wednesday with three forwards, according to Tuttosport.

Diego Milito, Mario Balotelli, and Samuel Eto`o have all scored two goals each in the last two matches against Palermo and Livorno, and their good form could prompt the tactician to employ all three at once.

His decision will likely be dependent on the fitness of Dutch playmaker Wesley Sneijder, who although called up for the match, may not be completely healed from injury.

Balotelli was particularly impressive against Palermo, having had a hand in four first half goals before being substituted. He missed the 2-0 win over Livorno, suffering from the flu.

The Nerazzurri are currently bottom of Group F on three points, one behind Barcelona, Rubin Kazan and Dynamo Kiev, who are all tied on four.

By Adam Scime, Goal.com