Bologna: 25 Agliardi; 8 Garics, 5 Antonsson, 21 Cherubin, 3 Morleo; 6 Taider, 30 Pazienza, 17 Guarente; 23 Diamanti; 10 Gilardino, 18 Gabbiadini.
Subs: 22 Lombardi, 32 Stojanovic, 4 Krhin, 11 Motta, 13 Pulzetti, 20 Abero, 24 Paponi, 28 Riverola, 33 Kone, 43 Sorensen, 45 De Carvalho, 77 Pasquato.
Coach: Stefano Pioli.
Inter: 1 Handanovic; 23 Ranocchia, 25 Samuel, 40 Juan Jesus; 4 Zanetti, 16 Mudingayi, 19 Cambiasso, 21 Gargano, 55 Nagatomo; 8 Palacio, 22 Milito.
Subs: 12 Castellazzi, 27 Belec, 6 Silvestre, 11 Alvarez, 14 Guarin, 31 Pereira, 42 Jonathan, 88 Livaja, 99 Cassano.
Coach: Andrea Stramaccioni.
Referee: Andrea De Marco
Prediction: Bologna 1-1 Inter
In just a few hours, Inter will put its current winning streak of six straight games on the line against Bologna. Despite being at the bottom of the standings (15th place to be specific), Bologna will certainly be a tough customer to deal with as it is always difficult to win on the road. And as the result, we all can expect a very strong lineup provided by Stramaccioni. In the defense, after having a game off against Partizan, Ranocchia and Samuel should return to the starting lineup to form the regular three-man backline with Juan Jesus. In the midfield, Gargano and Cambiasso in the midfield with Zanetti and Nagatomo on the right and left. Offensively, the “heavy” trident of Cassano, Palacio and Milito will continue after impressive performance against Catania last Sunday.
Source: Gazzetta dello Sport