BOLOGNA NEWS

Juventus are virtually the Champions of Italy, as it is practically impossible for Napoli to catch them at the top of the Serie A table.
Napoli fans are staging several protests against refereeing and Juventus, including a Spanish-style ‘Panolada’ before kick-off with Torino.
Ignazio Abate scored his first ever San Siro goal for Milan against Verona, but also confirmed a rather bizarre precedent.
Bologna’s Simone Verdi insists he has no regrets over turning down a transfer to Napoli in January.
Stephan Lichtsteiner has announced he is leaving Juventus at the end of the season. “I need new challenges."
Roberto Donadoni for the second week running was furious with referees and VAR after Bologna’s 3-1 defeat to Juventus. “We had reasons to complain.”
Max Allegri admits Juventus “made life difficult for ourselves, but fortunately reacted” to beat Bologna 3-1 and move to win touching distance of the title.
Andrea Barzagli said Juventus are “70-80 per cent there” to a seventh consecutive Scudetto after beating Bologna 3-1.
If Napoli lose to Torino on Sunday afternoon, then Juventus will mathematically be crowned Champions of Italy.
Simone Verdi’s penalty has given Bologna a surprise half-time lead away to Juventus, as the Scudetto race might not be over yet.
Juventus director Beppe Marotta discussed Claudio Marchisio’s future, Alvaro Morata and why it’s “difficult to find better players than the ones we have.”
Join us for all the build-up and action from today’s Serie A games, as Milan host desperate Verona and leaders Juventus welcome Bologna.
Gonzalo Higuain believes “winning is the only thing that counts and another Scudetto would be extraordinary” as Juventus host Bologna.
Juventus bring Paulo Dybala, Gonzalo Higuain, Juan Cuadrado and Alex Sandro together against injury-ravaged Bologna.
During his media blitz, Napoli President Aurelio De Laurentiis suggested they couldn’t sign new players because “they were afraid of never getting to play.”
Roberto Donadoni assures Bologna won’t be “sacrificial lambs to the slaughter” at the Juventus Stadium this evening, even with an injury crisis.
With just three matches to go in the Serie A season, at least one side could be relegated this weekend and Juventus could be crowned champions.
Juventus have named their squad to face Bologna tomorrow night, with no Mario Mandzukic or Benedikt Howedes.
Max Allegri ‘expects’ Paulo Dybala to score the goals that clinch Juventus another Scudetto and ‘doesn’t think’ the striker will leave for Bayern Munich.
Juventus are reportedly considering whether to bring back Bologna’s Antonio Mirante as a No 2 goalkeeper to Wojciech Szczesny next season.