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“The Race for Survival: Bologna vs. Salernitana Showdown”

Currently, the Red and Blue team Bologna vs. Salernitana stand at 54 points from 29 league games, matching their total from the entire previous season, which secured them a ninth-place finish.

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Bologna vs. Salernitana

This season, their aspirations are loftier, with Thiago Bologna vs. Salernitana Motta’s squad aiming for a spot in the Champions League. This would mark only their second appearance in the prestigious competition, with their previous participation dating back to the 1964-65 season.

Roma, currently in fifth place, are just three points behind. Knowing they cannot afford any missteps, Bologna is determined to secure their Champions League berth without relying on external circumstances.

In their quest to move closer to their objective, Bologna vs. Salernitana will face struggling Salernitana on Monday. They hold an unbeaten streak against Salernitana in their last five encounters (W2, D3), making it their second-longest ongoing unbeaten run against any team, surpassed only by their streak against Lecce (seven games).

A victory on Monday would mark back-to-back wins against Salernitana, following their 2-1 triumph in the reverse fixture. However, Bologna faces the risk of losing two consecutive home matches for the first time under Motta, having suffered a 1-0 defeat to Inter in their last home outing at the Stadio Renato Dall’Ara.

Salernitana’s three-year tenure in the top flight seems to be nearing its end, as they have struggled to find form, leaving them rooted to the bottom of Serie A with just 14 points and 11 points from safety, casting doubt on their survival prospects.

The Garnets boast the worst record in the league, with the most defeats (19) and the fewest wins (two), while also conceding the second-highest number of goals (59). Historically, their outlook appears bleak, as no team with only two wins at this stage of the season has ever managed to avoid relegation.

Following a 1-0 defeat to Lecce before the international break, Bologna vs. Salernitana parted ways with Fabio Liverani and appointed Stefano Colantuono as his successor. This marks Colantuono’s third tenure with the club, making him their fourth manager this season, following Paulo Sousa (until October 10) and Filippo ‘Pippo’ Inzaghi (until February 11).

Colantuono, hoping for a change in fortune during his third stint, will be aiming to secure Salernitana’s first-ever away victory over Bologna. In their four previous top-flight encounters at the Stadio Renato Dall’Ara, they have yet to secure a win, with their away record only worse at Fiorentina, Roma, and Inter.

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