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Atalanta vs Fiorentina: Live stream, TV channel, kick-off time & where to watch Coppa Italia semi-final

With a place against either Juventus or Lazio in the Coppa Italia final on the line, Atalanta BC will host Fiorentina in the second leg of that tie on Wednesday at Gewiss Stadium, with La Dea trailing 1-0.

A superb 31st-minute strike from Rolando Mandragora proved to be the difference-maker in the first meeting as Atalanta fell to their first defeat in this competition this season.

Buoyed by their 3-1 success over two legs of their Europa League quarter-final tie against Liverpool, La Dea will look to come from behind to book their first appearance in the Coppa Italia final since losing to Juventus in the showpiece event three years ago.

Here, GOAL brings you everything you need to know about how to watch, including TV channel, streaming details and more.

Atalanta vs Fiorentina kick-off time

Date:Wednesday, April 24, 2024
Kick-off time:3:00 pm ET/ 12:00 pm PT
Venue:Gewiss Stadium

Atalanta welcome Fiorentina to the Gewiss Stadium in the second-leg of the Coppa Italia semi-final. The two sides will meet on April 24, 2024, with kick-off scheduled at 3:00 pm ET / 12:00 pm PT in the US.

How to watch Atalanta vs Fiorentina online - TV channels & live streams

The Copa Italia encounter will be available to watch on Paramount+, Fubo and CBS Sports Network with live updates on GOAL's Live Match Centre.

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Team news & squads

Atalanta team news

Atalanta will definitely be without the services of first-choice defender Giorgio Scalvini, as the Italy international continues his recovery from a hamstring issue. Emil Holm (calf) and Rafael Toloi (muscular) have emerged as fresh doubts for Wednesday's second leg after picking up respective knocks at the weekend.

Atalanta BC possible XI: Carnesecchi; Djimsiti, Hien, Kolasinac; Zappacosta, De Roon, Ederson, Ruggeri; Koopmeiners, Lookman; Scamacca

Goalkeepers:Carnesecchi, Musso, Rossi
Defenders:Djimsiti, Hien, Kolasinac, Toloi, Palomino, Bonfanti
Midfielders:De Roon, Ederson, Pasalic, Adopo, Holm, Zappacosta, Hateboer, Ruggeri, Bakker, Koopmeiners
Forwards:Lookman, Scamacca, Toure, De Ketelaere, Miranchuk

Fiorentina team news

Fiorentina manager Vicenzo Italiano made it clear on Sunday that cup competitions remain his top priority as he rotated his players heavily at Stadio Arechi, giving Gaetano Castrovilli his first league outing in over a year and deploying Antonin Barak in an unaccustomed role up top.

Mainstays Luca Beltran, Nico Gonzalez, Andrea Belotti, and Giacomo Bonaventura all missed the trip down to face Salernitana with minor knocks, but they are all set to feature against Atalanta.

Fiorentina possible XI: Terracciano; Kayode, Milenkovic, Ranieri, Biraghi; Arthur, Mandragora; Gonzalez, Beltran, Kouame; Belotti

Goalkeepers:Terracciano, Martinelli, Vannuchhi
Defenders:Milenkovic, Martinez Quarta, Ranieri, Camuzzo, Parisi, Biraghi, Dodo, Kayode, Faraoni
Midfielders:Melo, Lopez, Mandragora, Duncan, Bonaventura, Infantino, Barak
Forwards:Nzola, Belotti, Kouame, Sottil, Gonzalez, Ikone

Head-to-Head Record

04/04/24Fiorentina 1-0 AtalantaCoppa Italia
17/09/23Fiorentina 3-2 AtalantaSerie A
18/04/23Fiorentina 1-1 AtalantaSerie A
02/10/22Atalanta 1-0 FiorentinaSerie A
20/02/22Fiorentina 1-0 AtalantaSerie A

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