Inter will welcome the Rossoblu to the San Siro sitting in ninth place in the Serie A standings, with 11 points from seven games played.
They have yet to really ignite this season but are only three points behind second-placed Napoli.
De Boer is in his first campaign at the club and is trying to impose his style on to the players, and the Dutchman made it clear there will not be a different approach against one of the so-called lesser teams in the division.
"We must improve, but we always want to win against any opponent," he told reporters. "Against sides like Juventus the game is going to be more open, but there are fewer spaces with the smaller clubs. It makes it difficult for us, but the important thing is that we have patience.
"Roma and Napoli have their style of football and do not change it. We didn’t change our approach even against Juventus, so why should we modify it against other teams?"