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Atalanta vs Napoli live stream: Watch Coppa Italia online

By Ben Green

Atalanta vs Napoli live stream, predictions & team news | Coppa Italia

Published: 17:56, 10 February 2021

Atalanta and Napoli meet for the second leg of their Coppa Italia semi-final showdown on Wednesday at 7:45pm (UK time).

Both clubs played out a goalless draw in the first leg at the Diego Armando Maradona Stadium last week and will be looking to book a ticket for the San Siro showpiece against Juventus, who beat Inter Milan 2-1 on aggregate.


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Where to watch Atalanta vs Napoli on TV:

  • UK: BT Sport 3
  • US: ESPN+

Scoreline prediction: Atalanta 2-1 Napoli

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Atalanta vs Napoli build-up, previous line-ups & injury news:

It was a rare occurrence, Gian Piero Gasperini’s side firing a blank in Campania last week, but Gennaro Gattuso will know that lightning never strikes twice and Atalanta are likely to respond with a bang. They warmed up by netting three goals in a disappointing draw with Torino at the weekend, but Gasperini will be encouraged that his side rediscovered their scoring appetite.

Napoli meanwhile came unstuck at the weekend, with Genoa dealing a fresh blow to The Parthenopeans’ top-four aspirations. Gattuso’s men are the defending champions in this tournament but remain neck and neck with Atalanta for a Champions League qualification place in Serie A and are unlikely to keep Gasperini’s free-scoring Goddess quiet for successive games.

  • Atalanta (vs Torino): Gollini; Toloi, Romero, Palomino; Gosens, De Roon, Pessina, Ruggeri; Ilicic, Malinovskiy, Muriel.
  • Napoli (vs Genoa): Ospina; Di Lorenzo, Manolas, Maksimovic, Rui; Demme, Elmas, Zielinski; Politano, Lozano, Petagna.

Croatia U21 international Bosko Sutalo is Gasperini’s only major absentee, while Napoli are without Kalidou Koulibaly, Dries Mertens and Faouzi Ghoulam.

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Players to watch:

  • Atalanta: He is yet to get back to his scintillating best from last season, but there are signs that Josip Ilicic is close to rediscovering his insatiable scoring appetite. The Slovenia international netted at the weekend, which brought his Serie A tally to four for the season, and his third in 2021 alone. That followed his finish in the 3-0 demolition of AC Milan two league games prior and suggests the 33-year-old is itching to get back to consistent scoring ways. Gasperini’s side seem almost allergic to low-scoring affairs, so expect a more explosive meeting at the Stadio di Bergamo compared to the first leg, and Ilicic could be the figurehead of Atalanta’s attacking charge.
  • Napoli: Having missed a huge chunk of the season with a shoulder injury, record signing Victor Osimhen is now back from the sidelines and ready to vindicate his excessive price tag. The Lagos-born marksman joined the club from Lille in the summer with huge expectations but has seen his season thus far curtailed by a protracted spell on the sidelines. He returned last month and has since been afforded cameo roles in defeats to Verona and, more recently, Genoa at the weekend, and could be thrust into the limelight in midweek against Atalanta. Those defeats highlighted key weaknesses for Gattuso, chiefly that stand-in striker Andrea Petagna has not found the target in the last five games, which could open the door for Osimhen to come straight into Napoli’s XI.

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