Inter’s Serie A clash with Bologna will be played on April 27th as scheduled after the Nerazzurri’s appeal to have the match cancelled outright was denied.
This is confirmed by the ruling of the highest appeals board in Italian sport, via FCInter1908, who ruled that the match will not be awarded as a 3-0 win to the Nerazzurri.
Inter had been scheduled to face the Rossoblu on January 6th, but their opponents were not able to show up at the stadium after an order from their regional health authority due to the number of COVID cases in their squad.
The fate of the fixture was not initially known, but the league officially decided to postpone it to a later date in mid-February, while the date of April 27th was later chosen for the match.
However, the Nerazzurri have been appealing to have the match cancelled outright and awarded as a 3-0 win rather than postponed, first to the Italian FA and now to the appeals board the Collegio di Garanzia.
Atalanta have also had an appeal of a similar nature turned down regarding their postponed match against Torino, which will also be played on the same day.