The Rossoblu were thrashed 4-0 by Fiorentina last time out but can still match or better last season's 10th-place finish, while 14th is the best that Torino can hope for this weekend.
Bologna's form post-lockdown has been underwhelming to say the least, having won three, drawn three and lost five of their 11 matches.
The most recent of those defeats was that crushing four-goal reverse at the hands of Fiorentina on Wednesday, with Federico Chiesa helping himself to a hat-trick in that one.
It is now three defeats in four matches for Sinisa Mihajlovic, who will still be targeting a top-half finish in his first full campaign in charge of the club.
Bologna enter the final round of fixtures level on points with Parma and Fiorentina in 11th and 10th respectively, meaning that they need other results to go their way for that to happen.
The Rossoblu's 3-2 win against Lecce in their most recent home match ended a seven-game wait for victory at Stadio Renato Dall'Ara. Indeed, only four teams have collected fewer home points than Mihajlovic's side this season.
However, Torino are in the bottom three of the division in terms of away results, winning just four times on their travels all campaign.
In fact, Il Toro enter this match winless in their last nine away league matches, losing eight of those on the spin prior to a 1-1 draw with SPAL last weekend.
They followed that up with a 3-2 loss at home to Roma and remain 16th in the division, four points above the relegation zone.
Alex Berenguer gave them an early lead in that match, but they conceded three goals before replying - a familiar theme, with Brescia (34) the only team to have lost more points than Torino (27) from winning positions.
Dropping down a division is now out of the question for Moreno Longo and his side, but the head coach will still be disappointed with the campaign as a whole.
Concluding the elongated season with a first victory in five matches would at least add some gloss to 2019-20, but Torino are winless in their last three trips to Bologna.
Bologna's Serie A form: DDLLWL
Torino's Serie A form: LWLDDL
Striker Musa Barrow has scored in each of his last four league appearances at Stadio Renato Dall'Ara - the last Bologna player to find the net in five consecutive home games was Giuseppe Signori (six in 1999).
Up top, Andrea Belotti seems certain to start and is looking to net against Bologna for the first time in five attempts.
Bologna possible starting lineup:
Skorupski; Mbaye, Danilo, Denswil, Dijks; Svanberg, Medel; Olsen, Soriano, Sansone; Santander
Torino possible starting lineup:
Sirigu; Djidji, Nkoulou, Bremer; Aina, Rincon, Lukic, Ansaldi; Verdi; Belotti, Zaza
We say: Bologna 1-0 Torino
Bologna have lost three of their last four games and have a poor home record, yet Torino have been even worse on their travels and have yet to win away in seven attempts under Longo, so we are backing a narrow victory for the Rossoblu.