Inter Milan will have the opportunity to go one point above AC Milan if they win their outstanding match against Bologna on Wednesday at the Renato Dall’Ara stadium.
Bologna has remained unbeaten in their last four games and could be a threat to Inter Milan.
Gary Mendel is doubtful for this clash he still awaits the verdict of an appeal – all served suspensions against Udinese.
Micheal Kingsley is yet to recover from a back injury so he will not be included in the squad to face the reigning Serie A champions.
The only injury concern for coach Simone Inzaghi is Robin Gosens, the German is a down with a muscular injury.
HEAD TO HEAD
Inter Milan won four of their last five games against Bologna with the home team claiming just one win in those encounters.
Bologna has also failed to defeat Inter in their last 15 attempts on home soil – losing 12 times in the process.
Their last meeting ended in a 6-1 win for the reigning Champions at San Siro earlier this season.
Bologna is yet to suffer a defeat in their last four games, including the draw against Juventus, the visitors are on a second successive draw at the weekend to go four games unbeaten
The reigning Serie A champions have set sight on regaining the scudetto and it is clear the way they approach the end of the season business.
Inter Milan has won all their last five games including the win against AC Milan in the Coppa Italia semi-finals.
Skorupski; Soumaoro, Bonifazi, Theate; Hickey, Dominguez, Schouten, Soriano, Dijks; Barrow, Arnautovic
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Bologna 0-2 Inter Milan
They appear to be the underdog in this clash but it won’t seem easy as it looks on paper, considering how Sinisa Mihajlovic’s men held AC Milan and Juventus to a draw in their previous games.
Our experts at moniebet.com are routing for Inter Milan to win.