Serie A, probable line-ups: Bologna vs. Inter

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Inter visit Bologna at the Stadio Dall’Ara tonight and a win would see the Nerazzurri return to the top of the table in Serie A. Check out the probable line-ups.

It kicks off at 19.15 UK time at the Stadio Dall’Ara. The game was abandoned in January and rearranged as Bologna players had been ordered into quarantine by the local health authority following a COVID outbreak in the team.

Only Kingsley and Mitchell Dijks are out for Bologna. Lorenzo De Silvestri favourite over Kasius. Nicola Sansone or Musa Barrow in attack, Jerdy Schouten or Mattias Svanberg in centre midfield. Gary Medel won an appeal against a two-match ban and will likely start.

Marko Arnautovic returns after a one-match ban. The ex-Inter striker has set a new personal record for goals in one of Europe’s top 5 leagues, having found the net 12 times this season.

Bologna collected five draws in the last eight Serie A games, including the two most recent ones.

Inter travelled to Bologna without the injured Arturo Vidal, Robin Gosens and Felipe Caicedo. Edin Dzeko or Joaquin Correa in attack. The ex-Roma striker has scored seven goals against Bologna, his favourite victim in Serie A. Matteo Darmian is favourite to get the nod over Denzel Dumfries at right wing-back.

Inter are unbeaten in the last 15 away Serie A games against Bologna and haven’t found the net only once in the process (August 2010). More than 2,500 Inter fans will be at the Stadio Dall’Ara tonight (expected attendance of 25,000).

Bologna vs. Inter – probable line-ups

Bologna (3-5-2): Skorupski; Soumaoro, Medel, Theate; De Silvestri, Dominguez, Schouten, Soriano, Hickey; Arnautovic, Sansone.

Inter (3-5-2): Handanovic; Skriniar, De Vrij, Bastoni; Darmian, Barella, Brozovic, Calhanoglu, Perisic; Dzeko, Lautaro.


5 Comments on “Serie A, probable line-ups: Bologna vs. Inter”

  1. This match is a final but it’s important for Inter to keep calm and play their football. Allowing Bologna to play will be important so to attack the space they left behind when they lose the ball

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