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Match of the Week: Juventus - Inter

By cy.Reporter, 11 May, 2022

Juventus-Inter, Italian Cup final, stadium: "Olimpico", 22:00, cytavision4

Juventus and Inter face each other for the Italian Cup final at the Olympico in Rome with Inter wanting to win in order to return to the cups after 11 years and then claim the double, while for its part Juventus wants the victory in order to to win a title this season.


Juventus wants to be crowned Italian cup winner. In the semi-final phase, they eliminated Fiorentina with two victories and now they want the victory to celebrate the trophy. In matters of competition, apart from today's match, he will be the punished right back De Silio. In the midfield there is an absence and a return, as the unprepared McKenny was left out, while on the contrary Locatelli returns.


Inter wants the first of the two titles it will claim in May. Simone Inzaghi's team wants to be crowned Italian cup winner and to reach the final they eliminated their opponent in the semifinals and to win the Milan championship. In terms of the team's games, it seems that the central defender Bastoni, who has been training normally in the last few days, is ready, so there are no significant problems for the Italian coach.

Plus and minus


+ It is undefeated in the institution of the cup from 2019 in 14 matches

- Has conceded in four of its last five matches


+ It is undefeated for five consecutive matches in the institution of the cup

- She has conceded in four of her last five matches




In the last five matches he counts three wins, one draw and one defeat



In the last five matches, he counts one defeat and four victories.


  • In three of the last five matches of Juventus, more than 2.5 goals have been scored.

  • Both teams have scored in four of the five Juventus matches.

  • In the last five matches of Inter, more than 2.5 goals have been scored

  • In both of Inter's last five matches, both teams have scored.


In 69 matches, Juventus counts 31 victories, 21 matches ended without a winner, while Inter has celebrated 21 victories.

Go for a full Olympic

The absence of people in recent years due to the pandemic, has brought a lot of "thirst" to the friends of tonight's two opponents and according to what the Italian media report, there is expected to be a record number of spectators in the history of the Italian Cup. The record with the most tickets in the history of the institution had happened in 2016 with revenues reaching 4,156,710 euros.

Inzaghi: "120% for the trophy"

Inter coach Simone Inzaghi spoke about tonight's final, saying: "The game is very important and will be broadcast all over the world. It's final and these games are played with intensity, aggression and determination. "Juventus is a strong and quality opponent, we will have to give 120% to lift the trophy".


Juventus: 4-2-3-1: Perrin, Danilo, De Licht, Chiellini, Sandro, Zakaria, Rabio, Cuadrado, Morata, Dimbala, Vlachovic

Inter: 3-5-2: Hadanovic, Scriniar, De Vril, Bastoni, Brozovic, Barela, Chalhanoglu, Perisic, Damfris, Martinez, Dzeko



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