Inter will need to forget their Champions League loss to Real Madrid fairly quickly as they gear up to take on Bologna for the Serie A matchday 4.
Inter failed to capitalize their chances and ended up conceding a late goal.
However, Inter has started their Serie A campaign on a positive and strong note. They have won two and drawn one in their three opening Serie A fixtures.
Bologna, on the other hand, beat Hellas Verona 1-0 in Serie A. A second-half goal from Mattias Svanberg ensured victory for Sinisa Mihajlovic’s men.
Statistics & Encounters
Inter won both Serie A fixtures last season against Bologna.
Inter has won their last 17 home league games. Only 3 other teams have had a streak that long in history.
Nicolo Barella is the joint leader in assist this season alongside Luis Alberto.
Inter’s form guide in Serie A: D-W-W
Bologna’s form guide in Serie A: W-D-W
Suspensions, Injuries & Team News
The schedule has been brutal for Inter as of late. Many of the players participated in the International fixtures, followed by Serie A fixture and Champions League afterward. The fatigue was evident on many Inter players in their last match.
Sensi’s leg injury will cause rotation headaches to Inzaghi as he looks to use his squad depth to give much-needed rest to the starters.
Gagliardini and Alexis Sanchez were named in the squad to face Real Madrid but their fitness status is still unknown.
Vidal, Vecino, Dumfries, and Correa are to play a bigger role this Sunday against Bologna.
Bologna is fully fit and has not reported any injuries or suspensions.
Inter (3-5-2): Samir Handanovic, Milan Skriniar, Stefan de Vrij, Alessandro Bastoni, Denzel Dumfries, Nicolo Barella, Marcelo Brozovic, Arturo Vidal, Ivan Perisic, Lautaro Martinez, Joaquin Correa
Bologna (4-2-3-1): Lukasz Skorupski, Lorenzo Di Silvestri, Gary Medel, Kevin Bonifazi, Aaron Hickey, Nicolas Dominguez, Mattias Svanberg, Riccardo Orsolini, Roberto Soriano, Nicola Sansone, Marko Arnautovic