Inter Preparing Multiple Lineups Changes for Bologna Game

The loss to Real Madrid in the Champions League left a bitter taste, as Inter had multiple chances to get the lead. Coach Simone Inzaghi rallied the troops in the immediate aftermath. The gaffer told the players to be proud of the display against a top club and that they were fully on track to advance. The manager urged to keep up the level of performance and get back to winning days. He does not want the last two negative results to cause the group to lose conviction in their means, Corriere dello Sport informs.

The data analyzed by the staff suggest Inter are in good shape physically. They also highlighted that they left something on the table offensively in the past two tilts. The coach will not hold the usual pre-game presser before the game versus Bologna to avoid overexposure given the busy schedule.

According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, Inzaghi will rotate the squad significantly Saturday. Edin Dzeko will likely begin on the bench, with Joaquin Correa and Lautaro Martinez starting together. Denzel Dumfries should get the nod from the get-go, relieving Matteo Darmian for the first time since joining Inter. Federico Dimarco could replace Ivan Perisic or Alessandro Bastoni. The center-back soldiered through a thigh problem versus Real Madrid. Danilo D’Ambrosio is also a candidate to fill in defensively. Moreover, the manager has appreciated the performances of Arturo Vidal thus far. He could sneak into the XI over Hakan Calhanoglu.