The first legs of the Coppa Italia semi-finals get underway this week, starting with a mouthwatering clash between Inter Milan and Juventus on Tuesday at 7.45pm (UK time).
Antonio Conte will take on his former club having triumphed in a nerve-jangling Derby della Madonnina last week, overcoming rivals AC Milan in the quarter-finals courtesy of a 97th-minute Christian Eriksen winner. Juve, meanwhile, had a slightly less-dramatic encounter, comfortably seeing off second-tier SPAL 4-0.
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Scoreline prediction: Inter Milan 1-0 Juventus
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Inter Milan vs Juventus build-up, previous line-ups & injury news:
The Nerazzurri enter the penultimate stage of Italian football’s chief knockout tournament in stellar recent form, following on from an historic midweek win over AC Milan last Tuesday with a 4-0 rout against mid-table Benevento, which keeps the San Siro club second in the Serie A table.
Andrea Pirlo, meanwhile, had the luxury of rotation in their quarter-final clash last week, keeping a number of first-teamers on ice for the 2-0 win over Sampdoria on Saturday, which has kept The Old Lady firmly in the title race conversation, as the current champions go in search of a record 10th consecutive Scudetto.
- Inter Milan (vs Benevento): Handanovic; Skriniar, Ranocchia, Bastoni; Hakimi*, Barella, Eriksen, Gagliardini, Perisic; Lukaku*, Martinez.
- Juventus (vs Sampdoria): Szczesny; Cuadrado, Bonucci, Chiellini, Danilo; McKennie, Bentancur, Arthur, Chiesa; Morata, Ronaldo.
Inter Milan are missing Danilo D’Ambrosio through injury but must also do without Romelu Lukaku and Achraf Hakimi, both of whom are suspended for an accumulation of yellow cards in the Copa Italia. Juventus, meanwhile, are only missing Paulo Dybala with a knee injury, though the Argentinian isn’t expected to be out for too long.
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Players to watch:
- Inter Milan: Following that dramatic winner at the death against Milan last week, Christian Eriksen was handed a rare start for Inter over the weekend, completing the full 90 minutes in a Serie A game for the first time since July. The dynamic Dane was deployed in an unfamiliar deep-lying playmaker role, flanked in midfield by the more energetic and robust Roberto Gagliardini and Nicolo Barella. It was a tactical experiment by Conte, who has struggled to find a consistent home for the habitual No. 10, with no recognised ‘advanced playmaker’ role in the Italian’s system. However, Eriksen looked composed and comfortable in a deeper role, dictating the play just in front of the backline and spraying passing with calculated zeal. It is just one game, of course, but coupled with the Milan derby winner last week and how well he performed the role on Saturday, this could be the start of an Eriksen renaissance at the San Siro.
- Juventus: Aaron Ramsey managed to get his name on the scoresheet against Sampdoria over the weekend, netting only his second Serie A goal of the campaign. Having started in the SPAL triumph last week but reduced to the bench on Saturday, it may be that Ramsey returns to Pirlo’s starting XI for this crunch cup clash. The Welshman has been a useful component of Juve’s midfield this term, without setting the world alight, and he will be looking to boost the Turin club’s chancing of winning domestic silverware this season having faltered in the Coppa Italia final last term.
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