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On January 15th Inter welcomes Bologna at the Stadio Giuseppe Meazza in Milano. Stramaccioni’s team will fight with Rossoblu-adversary for the place in Cup’s last four. The Nerazzurri takes on Stefano Pioli’s team at San Siro in the Coppa Italia quarter-final clash. as they aim for a semi-final date against either Fiorentina or Roma.
Inter goes fourth in the Italian Serie A with thirty eight points after twenty games, having won twelve, drawn two and lost six matches so far this season. Their present form has seen three victories, one draw and two defeats from their last six games. At the last six home ties the Nerazzurri have four wins, one draw and one loss. On Saturday they had a 2-0 win over Pescara.
Inter have won the Coppa Italia for seven times. Their last triumph was in 2011. In the Coppa Italia they have beaten Hellas Verona with the score 2-0 last round.
Bologna sit fourteenth in the Serie A with twenty one points after twenty matches. They have six wins, three draws and eleven defeats this season. Their last six games have seen three victories, one draw and two losses. Far away from home Bologna have two wins and four losses from their last six. The Rossoblu have won Chievo with the score 4-0 on Saturday.
In the Coppa Italia Bologna have beaten Varese, Livorno and cup holders Napoli. The club has two Coppa Italia titles. The winner of this game will face the winner of Fiorentina or Roma pair in the semi-final.
Inter’s head coach Andrea Stramaccioni can count on the same squad ahead of the Coppa Italia quarter-final game against Bologna. 18-year-old Marco Benassi made his Serie A debut in the win over Pescara, but he is not expected in this game, as Inter will try to decide the fate of two games between these sides in the first match. So Walter Gargano is expected. Wesley Sneijder is once again under doubt, as he continues to try to move away from Italy.
Stefano Pioli probably can replace Saphir Taider by Panagiotis Kone. Alberto Gilardino is set to lead the attack.
Inter line-up: Handanovic, Silvestre, Cambiasso, Chivu, Zanetti, Guarin, Gargano, Pereira, Palacio, Milito, Cassano.
Last three matches:
FC Internazionale 2 – Pescara 0;
Udinese 3 – FC Internazionale 0;
FC Internazionale 1 – Genoa 1.
Bologna line-up: Agliardi, Motta, Antonsson, Portanova, Cherubin, Krhin, Kone, Perez, Gabbiadini, Diamanti, Gilardino.
Last three matches:
Bologna 4 – Chievo 0;
Genoa 2 – Bologna 0;
Bologna 1 – Parma 2.