Bologna welcome Inter to the Stadio Renato Dall’Ara on Saturday without first choice goalkeeper Lukasz Skorupski, after he contracted COVID-19 on international duty with Poland.
The former Roma keeper is currently isolating in Poland and will not be available to face the league leaders next weekend, leaving coach Sinisa Mihajlovic with a crucial decision to make.
As reported in today’s newspaper edition of Corriere dello Sport, Mihajlovic will assess his options during training throughout the week, with Federico Ravaglia expected to deputise in Skorupski’s absence.
The 21-year-old, who has only made one league appearance for Bologna in his career, faces competition from Brazilian veteran Angelo Da Costa, with the 37-year-old stepping in to cover for Skorupski in six league games either side of Christmas after the Pole fractured his hand.
Bologna look to become the first team to prevent Inter from winning in nine matches, as the Nerazzurri continue to challenge for the Scudetto.