The Italian champions have won their last three in the league and sit a point above second-placed Lazio at the summit, while Bologna are currently 10th in the table with 34 points to their name.
Bologna finished 10th in Serie A last season, which was their highest position in Italy's top flight since 2011-12. The Red and Blues have enjoyed another productive campaign thus far and currently sit 10th in the division, just five points off sixth-placed Napoli on the same number of matches.
Sinisa Mihajlovic's side have lost two of their last three league games, though, including a 2-0 defeat at Lazio in their last game at the end of February.
Bologna also suffered a 3-0 home defeat to Genoa shortly before the campaign was postponed, while their recent record against Juve will not fill their supporters with too much confidence ahead of this match.
Indeed, I Rossoblu have lost each of their last seven Serie A games with the Old Lady, while they have not beaten the reigning champions since February 2011.
Juve, as mentioned, are currently one point clear at the top of Serie A, while they have won their last three in the league, including a 2-0 home success over Inter Milan on March 8.
The Old Lady will enter this match off the back of a disappointing result, though, having lost to Napoli on penalties in the final of the Coppa Italia on Wednesday night.
Maurizio Sarri's side had drawn 0-0 with AC Milan in the second leg of their semi-final on June 12 to book their spot in the final, but they drew another blank before ultimately losing on spot kicks.
Juve must now switch their attention back to the league, and they have the chance to open up a four-point lead over second-placed Lazio, who are in action against Atalanta BC on Wednesday night.
I Bianconeri have the best home record in Serie A this term but only the fourth-best away record, with all three of their league defeats during the 2019-20 campaign coming on their travels, which might hand Bologna confidence ahead of what should be an interesting game at Stadio Renato Dall'Ara.
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Andreas Skov Olsen is also out through injury, meaning that the home side will be far from at full strength for the clash with the reigning champions.
Bologna possible starting lineup:
Skorupski; Tomiyasu, Danilo, Denswil, Dijks; Medel, Poli; Barrow, Soriano, Orsolini; Palacio
Juventus possible starting lineup:
Szczesny; Cuadrado, De Ligt, Bonucci, De Sciglio; Bentancur, Pjanic, Matuidi; Ronaldo, Dybala, Costa
We say: Bologna 0-2 Juventus
Bologna are certainly capable of making it an uncomfortable 90 minutes for Juve, but it is difficult to back against the champions, who will be keen to bounce back from the disappointment of the Coppa Italia final. We fancy Sarri's side to collect all three points in relatively routine fashion.