Juventus will be looking to secure Champions League football when they travel to Bologna in Serie A on Sunday at 7:45pm (UK time).
The Bianconeri are currently fifth, one point behind AC Milan and Napoli, while Bologna have nothing to play for.
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Where to watch Bologna vs Juventus on TV:
- UK: Premier Sports 2
- US: ESPN+
Scoreline prediction: Bologna 0-3 Juventus
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Bologna vs Juventus build-up, previous line-ups & injury news:
Although it will bring no excitement to their fans, Bologna are sitting comfortable in 12th going into Serie A’s final weekend. They cannot go down, but also are not in contention for European football, so Bologna may already be looking to their summer holidays. That can arguably be seen by their recent form too, with Bologna winless in their past six Serie A matches, including four draws and a heavy 5-0 defeat to Atalanta.
For Juventus, however, there is a lot on the line. The former Serie A champions go into the final day outside of the top four and in real danger of missing out on Champions League football for the first time since 2011/12. Andrea Pirlo’s side need to beat Bologna this weekend and hope one of AC Milan or Napoli drop points to take their place. They go into this game in good form, winning their past three matches across all competitions including the Coppa Italia final against Atalanta in midweek, ensuring they would not end the season without a major trophy. The question is, can they add Champions League football to that?
- Bologna (vs Hellas Verona): Ravaglia; De Silvestri, Soumaoro, Tomiyasu, Dijks*; Soriano, Schouten; Skov Olsen, Vignato, Sansone*; Palacio.
- Juventus (vs Atalanta): Buffon; Cuadrado, De Ligt, Chiellini, Danilo; Chiesa, Rabiot, Bentancur, McKennie; Kulusevksi, Ronaldo.
Bologna are without a host of players for the final weekend, including Mitchell Dijks and Roberto Soriano who are both suspended. Gary Medel, Nicolas Dominguez, Federico Santander and Aaron Hickey are all injured. Rodrigo Bentancur is Juventus’ only absentee through suspension.
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Players to watch:
- Bologna: If Bologna are to put the final nail in Juventus’ Champions League coffin, Rodrigo Palacio will be key. The veteran striker has scored just five goals in 35 games this season, but he has hit goalscoring form at the right time. Palacio has scored four of Bologna’s last six Serie A goals, netting a hat-trick against Fiorentina and getting another in the 2-2 draw with Hellas Verona last time out. The Argentinian will need to improve on his record against Juventus though, having scored just twice in 15 games across all competitions.
- Juventus: For the visitors Cristiano Ronaldo will be looking to end the season on another personal high, even if he cannot steer Juventus to the Champions League. The Portuguese machine has scored 29 goals in Serie A this season, including four in his past four to keep Juventus in the hunt for a top four finish. Ronaldo now needs just one more goal to hit the 30 mark for the second consecutive season. In Serie A history, only two players have scored at least 30 goals in two different league campaigns, with Gunnar Nordahl and Stefano Nyers both doing so back in 1949/50 and 1950/51. So it’s a chance for Ronaldo to do something nobody has done for 60 years. Breaking that record would be a very Ronaldo thing to do.
Serie A 2020/21 recent form:
- Bologna: DLDDL
- Juventus: WWLWD
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