MILAN - A match to decide who will advance to the final of the Coppa Italia final: Juventus vs. Inter, the return leg of the semi-final will be staged in Turin on Tuesday at 20:45 CET. It will be the third match of the season between the two teams, with one win and one defeat so far for each team: Inter won the league game thanks to goals from Vidal and Barella, and the first leg of the Coppa Italia was won by the Bianconeri, with a brace by Cristiano Ronaldo and a Nerazzurri goal by Lautaro Martinez. Conte's team will have to try to overturn this result in Turin in order to secure passage to the final of the competition.
STATS AND HEAD-TO-HEAD
Compared to the first leg, the Nerazzurri can count on Lukaku and Hakimi who were suspended, while Sanchez and Vidal will be unavailable for this round. The two teams will face each other for the 33rd time in the Coppa Italia, with a record of ten Nerazzurri wins, seven draws and 15 wins for the Bianconeri. Inter's last success away at Juventus dates back to November 2012 in the league (3-1 with a brace from Milito and a goal from Palacio), while the last home defeat for the Bianconeri in the Coppa Italia dates back to March 2015 (1-2 against Fiorentina), similarly in a semi-final.
Inter qualified for the semi-final after beating Fiorentina 2-1 in the round of 16, followed by another 2-1 win against AC Milan in the quarters, thanks to goals from Lukaku and Eriksen. Juventus, who had eliminated Genoa in the round of 16, beat SPAL 4-0 in Turin in the quarterfinals. On the other side of the draw in the semi-finals are Atalanta - who eliminated Lazio by winning 3-2 in Bergamo - and Napoli - who eliminated Spezia by winning 4-2. The two teams will face each other on Wednesday 10 February after a goalless draw in the first leg.
WHERE TO WATCH JUVENTUS VS. INTER ON TV
On Tuesday 9 February at 20:45 CET Juventus vs. Inter will be broadcast live exclusively by Rai: the match will then be visible on Rai Uno and in streaming on the Rai Play platform by downloading the application from a tablet or smartphone, or by connecting to the official Rai website. Inter TV, as always, will follow the build-up to the fixture: from 19:45 CET the pre-match will be broadcast with live connections from Turin giving tactical analysis of the match, and post-match analysis at the end of the match starting at 23.00 CET.
DISQUALIFIED AND CAUTIONED
ONE BOOOKING AWAY FROM SUSPENSION:
Brozovic, Eriksen, Ranocchia, Skriniar, Young
ONE BOOKING AWAY FROM SUSPENSION:
Alex Sandro, Arthur, Bentancur, Bernardeschi, Chiesa, Cristiano Ronaldo, De Ligt, Demiral, Morata, Rabiot
REFEREE FOR JUVENTUS VS. INTER
Maurizio Mariani will be the referee of the second leg of the Coppa Italia. Mariani will have Bindoni and Paganessi as assistants, while the Fourth Official will be Chiffi. On VAR duties for Juventus vs. Inter will be Valeri, assisted by Giallatini.