The second leg of the Coppa Italia will take place at Allianz Stadium, with the Old Lady looking to seal the deal and advance to the final. Take a look at our Juventus vs Inter Preview.
Juventus Recent Form & Team News
Thirteen-time winners Juventus are aiming to reach their 20th Coppa Italia final. They won the first leg of this semi-final 2-1. That result forms part of their current six-game winning streak across all competitions, including five clean sheets. Curiously, Juventus won exactly 2-0 in 66.67% (four) of matches during the run.
That was the final score in their last home win (Feb 6), which saw Juventus win their fourth straight home competitive match to-nil. The last three witnessed the Bianconeri opened the scoring inside the first 16 minutes. Unsurprisingly then, Juventus have beaten a -1 handicap in six of their last seven home competitive wins (incl. overtime).
Player to watch: Cristiano Ronaldo is on fire after claiming his eighth competitive brace of the season in the first leg of the semi-final.
Hot stat: There have been 4+ yellow cards in 16 straight competitive H2Hs.
Andrea Pirlo doesn’t have any new injury-related concerns, but some of his players are questionable to face Inter. Arthur (illness), Leonardo Bonucci (muscle), Alvaro Morata (stomach disorder), and Aaron Ramsey are questionable.
Inter Recent Form & Team News
Aiming for their 14th Coppa Italia final, Internazionale come into this clash after beating Fiorentina on Friday. In turn, they have now beaten the -1 handicap in five of their six Serie A away wins this season. That win over La Viola also made it two consecutive clean sheets on the road for the first time since October (W1, D1).
Regardless, seven-time Coppa Italia winners Inter have a huge task ahead of them as they are winless at Juventus across all competitions since 2012 (D2, L6). However, Inter are ahead of Juventus in SA, in addition to netting ten more league goals then their opponents, so they might well feel they aren’t out of this despite the first-leg deficit.
Player to watch: Inter will likely be counting on Romelu Lukaku again. The Belgian hitman scoring each of his previous eight competitive strikes in the second half of play.
Antonio Conte will be without Arturo Vidal and Alexis Sanchez, who are both suspended for this match.
We open the Tuesday’s football action with our Juventus vs Inter Preview. Stay tuned for more previews and return briefly before the kick-off to get confirmed lineups and LIVE HD streaming link!
Juventus vs Inter Confirmed Lineups
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