Pochettino is also expecting a big performance from England global midfielder Dele Alli, saying the 22-year-old plays his best football when the stakes are highest.
"Inter came to defend, they knew one point would be better than losing", Eriksen said, "and playing against Italian sides you don't have many chances".
Alli has scored twice for Tottenham in the Premier League this season, including in their 3-1 victory over London rivals Chelsea in the Premier Leauge at the weekend, but is yet to make his mark in Europe.
Barcelona could rest some of their most influential players against Tottenham next month, given they have already topped the group, but Pochettino said: "I don't know [what they'll do]".
The Group B clash will be the seventh game on the pitch in just over four weeks, with an NFL match and two England games being played at the venue alongside Spurs' fixtures as the Premier League club wait to move to their new stadium.
"If we can win at Barcelona, we're going to go through to the next stage of the Champions League".
"It's going to be very competitive but of course they're qualified in first with 13 points". "They [Arsenal] look like a different team and it will be a big game". Us and Inter can only arrive with 10 points.
"I was so disappointed after the Manchester United victory at Old Trafford", he said. "But now we need to focus on Arsenal on Sunday - another massive game for us".
"He is a person who loves the football, he loves to work and he tries to show it for the players", Moura said of Emery.
'I think we can beat everyone if we're on it. "One thing I don't like in football is that rule".
Three other players who will be missing when Pochettino names his XI for the match are Mousa Dembele and Victor Wanyama, who are absent through injury, and Georges-Kevin Nkoudou who is another who was not named in the set up for this tournament.