Lazio would be looking to continue their dominance in this fixture when they welcome Bologna in this game following their success in the Coppa Italia.
Lazio would be looking to build on that Cup win and earn what should technically be a second home game in as many matches.
They won that Italian Cup with 2 late goals and Atalanta manager still believes the referee aided them, but that won’t count here and the capital city club won’t need a favour from the ref here as they have traditionally dominated this clash.
Bologna manager was a former Lazio and perhaps was more associated with them as a player than any other club as he won numerous trophies with them.
He has done a good job at Bologna since he joined them at the end of January. Prior to moving for him, the club was in the relegation zone, but he has helped them up the table and should be proud of what he has achieved with that group so far, but a win here would be tough to achieve.
The visitors have clinched 6 straight home wins, but they have been less than convincing on their travels and we expect them to struggle here again.