Referee Marco Di Bello is set to be in charge of officiating Inter’s Serie A trip to Roma today, and this will be his third time taking charge of a Serie A clash between the two.
This according to Italian news outlet VoceGiallorosso.it, who note that both of the other two matches between the Nerazzurri and the Giallorrossi that Di Bello has officiated have ended 2-2.
Di Bello has been in charge of a total of twenty Roma matches in Serie A, in which he has handed out 44 yellow cards, meaning that he has booked their players 2.2 times per match on average.
Notably, the official has never sent off a Giallorossi player, either in Serie A or in the Coppa Italia.
Also of note is the fact that the last time that Di Bello was put in charge of a Giallorossi match in Serie A, the official showed five yellow cards.