Atalanta vs. Juventus Tips, Preview and Predictions

Atalanta and Juventus club crests

Atalanta and Juventus contest the Coppa Italia final on Wednesday night, as Italian football finally welcomes fans back into the fold. Sassuolo’s Mapei Stadium will be at 20% capacity for this showpiece, which brings great significance to both clubs.  Where and when: Mapei Stadium – 19 May, kick-off 20:00 Where you can see Atalanta vs. Juventus: BT Sport Last time: Ruslan Malinovskyi scored an 87th-minute winner as Atalanta beat Juventus 1-0 in a seismic clash at the Gewiss Stadium in April.  Atalanta v Juventus Predictions and Preview In the few…

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Inter vs. Milan Coppa Italia Betting Tips and Preview

Inter and Milan club crests ahead of their Serie A fixture

Inter and Milan clash for a place in the last four of this year’s Coppa Italia. With Juventus struggling for consistency under Andrea Pirlo, the bitter rivals also look set to battle it out for the Scudetto and end the Bianconeri’s dominance on the Italian game. Stefano Pioli’s troops have only lost two games this term. Where and when: Stadio Giuseppe Meazza, Milan – 26 January, kick-off 19:45 Where you can see Inter vs. Milan: BT Sport 3 Last time: Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s brace secured Derby della Madonnina bragging rights three…

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Fiorentina vs. Inter Coppa Italia Betting Tips and Preview

Fiorentina and Inter club crests

Fiorentina host Inter in the Coppa Italia Round of 16. The Viola last won the competition in 2001, beating Parma 2-1 over the course of two legs. Visiting tactician Antonio Conte saw his men bow out of Europe altogether and is desperate to win silverware after going trophy-less in his first season at the club. Where and when: Stadio Artemio Franchi, Florence – 13 January, kick-off 14:00 Where you can see Fiorentina vs. Inter: BT Sport 1  Last time: The Nerazzurri won a seven-goal thriller on the opening day of…

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Milan vs. Torino Coppa Italia Betting Tips and Preview

Milan and Torino club crests

Milan and Torino lock horns for the second time in just three days, as the Rossoneri host Il Toro at the San Siro in the Coppa Italia. Stefano Pioli’s side lost their unbeaten record in Serie A last week against another Turin side, but are still in the hunt for major honours this season.  Where and when: San Siro – 12 January, kick-off 19:45 Where you can see Milan vs. Torino: BT Sport Last time: Ante Rebic scored the only goal of the game when these teams met at the…

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