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Key Events

L. Bonucci
Penalty SO Goal
Y. Nagatomo
Penalty SO Goal
P. Pogba
Penalty SO Goal
R. Manaj
Penalty SO Goal
Álvaro Morata
Penalty SO Goal
R. Palacio
Penalty SO Miss
S. Zaza
Penalty SO Goal
M. Brozović
Penalty SO Goal
A. Barzagli
Penalty SO Goal
R. Manaj
E. Martins
S. Zaza
Yellow Card
D. Santon
Yellow Card
E. Martins
Yellow Card
P. Pogba
Yellow Card
M. Lemina
Yellow Card
J. Cuadrado
Yellow Card
I. Perišić
Yellow Card
D. D'Ambrosio
Yellow Card
P. Pogba
K. Asamoah
M. Brozović
Penalty Goal
R. Palacio
A. Ljajić
M. Lemina
Hernanes
A. Barzagli
S. Lichtsteiner
E. Martins
Assist
I. Perišić
Goal
J. Biabiany
G. Kondogbia
L. Bonucci
Yellow Card
S. Sturaro
Yellow Card
Juan Jesus
Yellow Card
G. Medel
Assist
M. Brozović
Goal
3
5
3
6

Stats

Possession
% %
10
7
Shots Off Target
Shots On Target 6 2
Total Passes 704 414

Commentary

FULL-TIME! Juventus go into the Coppa Italia final to face Milan, courtesy of a 5-3 penalty shoot-out win over Inter! Though the Nerazzurri came from three goals behind on aggregate, it ends in heartbreak! Bonucci converts the spot-kick that seals Allegri's progression towards more silverware, despite the Bianconeri failing to find the back of the net in open play. That's all that we have time for, we hope to see you again next time.
L. Bonucci
Penalty SO Goal
Juventus
5-3! Bonucci slides a neat finish to the right of Carrizo, with the experienced defender booking his side a place in the Coppa Italia final as a result!
Y. Nagatomo
Penalty SO Goal
Internazionale
4-3! Nagatomo sends Neto the wrong way, with the Japanese full-back tucking a low finish into the bottom-left corner! That keeps the pressure on the away side.
P. Pogba
Penalty SO Goal
Juventus
4-2! Pogba stutters his run-up, before unleashing a ferocious into the top-left corner! There was no stopping that, despite the lack of back-lift.
R. Manaj
Penalty SO Goal
Internazionale
3-2! Manaj scampers up, before slotting a confident penalty just inside the right-hand post! Lovely penalty.
Álvaro Morata
Penalty SO Goal
Juventus
3-1 to Juve! The ex-Real Madrid midfielder thunders home a powerful finish, with Carrizo having no chance.
R. Palacio
Penalty SO Miss
Internazionale
It stays at 2-1! Palacio thunders an effort goalwards, but it cannons off the underside of the crossbar and to safety!
S. Zaza
Penalty SO Goal
Juventus
2-1! Zaza takes the cheekiest of penalties, rolling a tame finish to the left of a bamboozled Carrizo.
M. Brozović
Penalty SO Goal
Internazionale
1-1! Brozovic tucks a low finish into the bottom-right corner, with Neto having no chance of getting there!
A. Barzagli
Penalty SO Goal
Juventus
Barzagli steps up for the first spot-kick, with the ex-Palermo defender keeping his cool and slotting a neat finish beyond a wrongfooted Carrizo! Juve lead 1-0!
IT GOES TO PENALTIES! Carrizo makes a last-ditch double save, with Inter surviving by the skin of their teeth! The Argentine goalkeeper did well to dive on a Morata header, just preventing it from creeping over the line.
There is one minute of stoppage time.
Santon does well to rob Pogba of possession on the right flank, before playing the ball off the Frenchman to earn the Nerazzurri a goal-kick. Juve try to launch a counter down the right, but Cuadrado is robbed brilliantly. Manaj tries to get onto the loose ball, but Rugani steps out to make a vital tackle.
A cross is angled in from the left-hand side by Perisic, but Rugani manages to earn a free-kick from Manaj. The former Sassuolo defender is not moving well at all, with it a real struggle for the 21-year-old to even break into a sprint.
Only five minutes remain in extra-time, with this tie appearing to be set to go all the way to a penalty shootout. Juve have been much more dangerous since the restart, with Pogba's introduction definitely giving the Bianconeri a much-needed boost of confidence.
R. Manaj
E. Martins
Internazionale
Eder is substituted, after going down with cramp. Young striker Manaj comes into the game, in what is a big show of faith from Mancini.
Play slows down a little, with Eder and Rugani appearing to have muscle problems. Cramp is coming into the equation at Stadio Giuseppe Meazza, with the contest becoming a little more stretched as a result. Gaps might just appear more readily.
Eder is released down the left channel, before scampering into the box! Under heavy pressure from Rugani, however, the Italy international can only shoot straight at Neto! The hosts respond, with Zaza racing away on the counter, but a poor touch robs him of a chance to unleash an attempt.
S. Zaza
Yellow Card
Juventus
In a desperate attempt to keep the ball in play at the left byline, Zaza slides into a poor challenge on D'Ambrosio. 
Zaza is a constant option for Juve, with the runs from the Italy international being consistently picked out by Pogba. Since the Frenchman came into the game, they've seemed to have real chemistry between them. The Old Lady are taking the bull by the horns here.
Pogba whips in a free-kick delivery from the left, which earns his side a corner. Cuadrado curls in a set-piece, but Pogba can only guide an acrobatic volley across goal and just wide of the far post! What a chance!
D. Santon
Yellow Card
Internazionale
Santon slides into a desperate challenge on Pogba, with the former Newcastle defender getting a caution for his troubles. He is then ordered briefly off, after receiving some minor treatment.
We are back underway for the final time this evening! The aggregate scoreline still stands at 3-3, with this tie currently heading towards a penalty shoot-out. There's still a quarter of an hour to change that, however.
HALF-TIME IN EXTRA TIME! Only 15 minutes separates these two sides from a penalty shoot-out, with both outfits having their chances to take the lead in the additional period. 
Morata dances to the edge of the penalty area, before stabbing a dangerous ball into the box, but Juan Jesus clears. Palacio tries to respond by leading a break down the right, but can only earn his side a throw-in. Santon launches in a long one, but Juve clear.
Both coaches are looking nervous in their respective technical areas, with this contest proving to be going down to the finest of margins. Zaza is once again released into the penalty area by Pogba, but the Italy international can only guide a finish wide of the near post and also Carizzo's side netting!
E. Martins
Yellow Card
Internazionale
Eder gets a retrospective caution from the referee, with bookings starting to add up in these late stages.
Pogba flicks a lovely pass in behind enemy lines for Morata to chase, but Carrizo is alive to the danger and races off his line to collect ahead of the Spaniard. Suddenly, Allegri's men look like a bit more of a threat on the counter. Their confidence must have taken a bit of a battering this evening, it must be said.
Inter are being patient, with there appearing to be some quiet confidence that they are going to find themselves a winner at some point this evening. In order to get the Bianconeri chasing, the hosts are whipping possession from flank to flank. Zaza races away on the break, but the former Sassuolo striker can only slide to stab a low finish beyond the far upright! So close!
P. Pogba
Yellow Card
Juventus
Pogba gets a cheap yellow card for a lazy and scrappy challenge in the centre of the park.
Inter continue to dominate the ball, with Juve sitting fairly deep and allowing the hosts to have possession inside their own half. Only at certain triggers do the Bianconeri all rush forward in unison. The opening stages of extra-time haven't seen the visitors create much.
Good save from Neto! Perisic is picked out by a searching back-post cross, with the Croatia international getting plenty of power on his header! He directs it back across goal, but the Juve goalkeeper is on hand to push a fairly comfortable parry around the post.
M. Lemina
Yellow Card
Juventus
Lemina picks up a deserved booking, with the Gabonese midfielder sliding into a very cynical and mistimed tackle to halt a Nerazzurri break.
Cuadrado and Sturaro try to combine down the right-hand side, but Nagatomo does well to shield an overhit pass from the former out of play for a goal-kick. Moments later, the Colombia international manages to earn the Bianconeri a free-kick. He curls in the delivery himself, but Palacio heads clear.
We are back underway in the first half of extra-time! There's a quick turn-around, with the momentum still firmly behind Inter as we head into the additional period. Allegri's men can now, however, count on some prolonged influence from Pogba.
Over the top from Biabiany! The substitute fails to hit the target from a corner delivery, with Juve then trying to respond with a break. Pogba and Zaza combine, but the leggy latter manages to take a poor touch and is promptly dispossessed.
END OF 90 MINUTES! This game is set to go to extra-time, with Inter doing the impossible and recovering from a 3-0 first-leg defeat against Juventus. Goals from Brozovic and Perisic completed the turn-around, with another half an hour now on the agenda.
J. Cuadrado
Yellow Card
Juventus
Cuadrado is given a yellow card, but it isn't really clear as to what. The Colombian was fouled by Perisic, and then manhandled by the Inter winger.
I. Perišić
Yellow Card
Internazionale
Perisic gets a booking for roughly grabbing Cuadrado around the neck.
We're into the last of two minutes of second-half stoppage time.
D. D'Ambrosio
Yellow Card
Internazionale
D'Ambrosio gets a late booking for the home side.
Great save from Neto! Palacio manages to shake off his man on the left-hand side, before dipping a low cross into a dangerous area! Perisic gets across Barzagli and tries his luck, but can only force the Juve goalkeeper into a smart close-range stop!
Perisic breaks down the left and beats Rugani for pace, before cutting back onto his right foot. The Croatia international looks to curl an outrageous effort into the top-right corner, but Neto is happy to watch the attempt sail clear of danger. Moments later, Brozovic shoots from range, but can't find the target.
Neto claims yet another cross from Perisic, with a long kick from the Brazilian goalkeeper then picking out Zaza on the break. The powerful striker appears to be blocked off by D'Ambrosio, but the referee isn't interested. Only a few minutes of normal time remain for someone to make themselves a cup hero.
P. Pogba
K. Asamoah
Juventus
Asamoah takes his leave, with Allegri certainly using a 3-5-2 formation now. Pogba comes into the midfield and will look to pull the strings and make something happen.
Palacio loses possession in the middle of the park, but Asamoah then gifts the ball away cheaply too. Biabiany makes tracks down the left flank, before firing in a low cross, but Bonucci makes a vital block at the near upright to concede a corner. Brozovic delivers, but Neto rises above Juan Jesus to punch clear.
Inter race forward and look to force the issue immediately, with the fans and players alike now having the belief that a derby in the final is destiny. Zaza races in behind enemy lines, before holding off a challenge from D'Ambrosio, but the Italian striker lashes high and wide of the target!
M. Brozović
Penalty Goal
Internazionale
GOOOOOOOOOOAL! BROZOVIC MAKES IT 3-0! THE COMEBACK IS COMPLETE! Neto guesses the right way, but the Juve goalkeeper can only get a touch as the Croatian midfielder's penalty wriggles beyond him and into the back of the net!
PENALTY TO INTER! Perisic manages to scamper his way down the left-hand side, before getting the wrong side of Rugani with a neat change of pace! The referee has no option but to point to the spot, with the young defender felling the hosts' winger in the box.
Biabiany and Palacio combine in the six-yard box, with the former managing to win a corner from Neto. The initial corner delivery is lashed into touch by Zaza, with anywhere doing for Juve at present. The visitors are simply happy to try and hold onto their 3-2 aggregate lead.
Brozovic curls a looping back-post cross in towards Palacio, but the best that the Argentine forward can earn for the Nerazzurri is a corner. The same Croatian midfielder takes, but Bonucci and Lemina combine to hook consecutive flicks away from the danger zone. Allegri's men are continually sat very deep indeed.
Zaza is fed down the right flank, before the Italy international uses his strength well to earn a throw-in from Nagatomo. Lemina leads a charge for the Bianconeri down the left-hand side, but Biabiany tracks back brilliantly to deny Sandro. 
R. Palacio
A. Ljajić
Internazionale
Palacio is brought into the game for the last 15 minutes, with Ljajic hooked off after an energetic contribution this evening.
Only a quarter of an hour remains at Stadio Giuseppe Meazza, with Inter pushing for the goal that would see them hang in this Coppa Italia tie. Milan awaits the triumphant side, with Juve looking very close to throwing away what appeared to be an unassailable 3-0 first-leg lead.
Inter win a free-kick on the right, which is angled in devilishly! D'Ambrosio is first to it at the near post, but can only power a sizzling header just over the crossbar! That was so very close to giving the Nerazzurri the equaliser that they just might deserve.
M. Lemina
Hernanes
Juventus
A tiring Hernanes is replaced, with Lemina coming into the game in order to inject some fresh legs into proceedings.
Juventus win themselves a free-kick on the left flank, with Asamoah being unceremoniously hassled to the ground by Biabiany. There's activity on the visiting bench, too, with the likes of Lemina and Pogba looking as though they will be introduced at some point this evening. The resulting dead-ball goes behind for a goal-kick after a terrible header from Morata.
Juve are sat very deep at the moment, with the Bianconeri weathering what looks to be a tiring storm. Nagatomo decides to shoot from the best part of 35 yards out, but the Japanese left-back lashes a terrible attempt into the turf and wide of the near post.
Ljajic tries to open play out to Perisic on the left flank, but Cuadrado is well-positioned to intercept. Time is ticking down for Inter, but Mancini's side do appear to have a little left in the tank. The aforementioned ex-Wolfsburg wide man clips in yet another cross, but Rugani knees an unorthodox clearance away.
The Nerazzurri are holding onto possession with confidence, with Zaza and Cuadrado providing the only real threat. Allegri is keeping high cards close to his chest, but it shouldn't be long until the ex-Milan coach brings a big gun or two into play. Morata tries to threaten down the left channel, but can't rattle off a shot.
Perisic is found overlapping down the left-hand side, but yet another delivery from the Croatia international is hooked to safety by Rugani. Less than half an hour remains in Milan, but Inter are merely one goal away from taking this second leg to 120 minutes. Cuadrado is picked out on the right flank, but the ex-Fiorentina winger's cross is headed away.
Eder goes down heavily in the penalty area, after attempting to get on the end of a curling cross from Biabiany, with the Italian coming off slightly worse than Bonucci. Juve just can't seem to piece together a counter-attack at present, which is resulting in them needing to endure constant pressure.
Perisic swings in a low cross from the left-hand side, but Neto comes off his line to claim ahead of Eder! The Juve goalkeeper has definitely been the busier of the two. Moments later, Zaza tries to chase down and force Juan Jesus into a mistake, but the Brazilian captain holds his nerve to play his way out of trouble.
Asamoah is tucking in a little bit from the left flank, with Sandro and Cuadrado now providing the width for the visitors. The former drives into an advanced position, but is dispossessed forcefully by Biabiany. This second half is becoming a little cagey.
A. Barzagli
S. Lichtsteiner
Juventus
Lichtsteiner takes his leave for the away side, with Barzagli coming into the game. Allegri may look to change his shape a little during the remaining half an hour, but for now the back four is remaining intact.
Big chance for Zaza! The Italy international is slid in behind enemy lines by Morata, but strikes the post! The ex-Sassuolo man holds off Juan Jesus well, but can only power a shot from a tight angle onto the woodwork! Nearly a vital away goal for Allegri's men. Inter break down the other end immediately, but Ljajic fires shy of the far upright.
The hosts are seeing more of the ball, with searching long passes actually managing to get the Old Lady turned regularly. The visitors need to somehow take the sting out of this game. Perisic wins possession back on the edge of the Bianconeri area, but Eder is denied the chance to shoot by a sliding tackle. Moments later, a curling Nagatomo cross is narrowly claimed by Neto.
Inter are suddenly in a very good position, with Mancini's side one goal away from taking this tie to extra-time. Allegri has plenty of interesting options on his bench, but this game is threatening to get away from the Bianconeri. The central-midfield two of Hernanes and Sturaro surely can't last much longer.
E. Martins
Assist
Internazionale
Eder linked up beautifully with Ljajic, before ensuring that his teammate could do nothing but poke home a close-range finish.
I. Perišić
Goal
Internazionale
GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOAL! WHAT A MOVE FROM INTER! THAT MAKES IT 3-2 ON AGGREGATE! A ball is played into Eder, who plays a lovely one-two with Ljajic! The ex-Sampdoria man is fed to the right byline, before placing an inch-perfect cross onto the foot of Perisic at the back post! The ex-Wolfsburg man simply couldn't miss!
Santon flicks a header into the path of Biabiany, but a looping cross from the ex-Parma winger is shepherded out of harm's way by Lichtsteiner. Inter are immediately putting the pressure on in the second half, with a secondary delivery from the left then claimed with ease by Neto.
J. Biabiany
G. Kondogbia
Internazionale
After picking up a knock at the end of the first half, Kondogbia takes his leave, with Biabiany coming into the fray. This could lead to a slight change of shape for the hosts.
We are back underway in the second half at Stadio Giuseppe Meazza! Inter need another goal if they are to ruffle any feathers, with a 3-0 home win enough to take this Coppa Italia tie to extra-time.
HALF-TIME! Inter go into the break with a 1-0 lead on the night, with Brozovic making the most of an error to put the Nerazzuri in with a glimmer of hope. Juve still have a 3-1 aggregate advantage, but the hosts will be buoyed by a competitive first-half showing.
Eder goes down, claiming a tug from Sandro, with Inter having the chance to curl in a free-kick delivery from the right-hand side. Ljajic whips it in, but the ball takes a deflection off the wall and evades everyone else that is waiting in the box!
We're into the first of three minutes of stoppage time.
Good defending from Lichtsteiner! The Switzerland international rises highest in the Juve box, nodding a clearance away from the lurking presence of Kondogbia. Bonucci also combines with the ex-Monaco midfielder, however, who goes down in a heap. The Frenchman immediately gets some attention off the physios.
Just wide from Ljajic! The Serbian wide man combines with Brozovic, before cutting onto his right foot! The Inter forward unleashes a low drive, but can only drag a shot a few yards beyond the upright. Neto was scrambling!
Allegri has plenty of high quality options on his bench, with the Bianconeri possibly needing a little more industry in the middle of the park. Juve wind down the clock, with slow possession deep in their own half, before Asamoah looks to clip a throughball over the top. Play is pulled back, however, as Zaza is deemed to control the pass with his arm.
L. Bonucci
Yellow Card
Juventus
Bonucci gets a yellow card for leaning into Eder, with the ex-Sampdoria going down and asking for a free-kick for his troubles.
We're into the final five minutes of the first half, with this contest having the potential to swing in either direction. The momentum isn't currently with the home side, with Nagatomo wasting an opportunity by firing wide. The referee is needing to have a few calming words at present.
Morata nods a flick-on over the top for Zaza to chase, but D'Ambrosio recovers to clear the danger. The Juve front two continue to only threaten sporadically. Cuadrado and Sturaro combine down the right-hand side, but a throughball from the latter results in a rushed clearance from Juan Jesus.
S. Sturaro
Yellow Card
Juventus
Sturaro gets a booking for a late, sliding tackle on Perisic.
Eder is fed into the opposition penalty area, but the Italy international is denied by a block from Bonucci. Juve respond with a break of their own, with the Old Lady able to get themselves a corner on the right flank. It is swung in by Cuadrado, but the hosts clear their lines with consummate ease.
Only 10 minutes remain in the first half, with Inter pushing on and trying to look for a second goal. Getting one would certainly deal a psychological blow to the Bianconeri ahead of the break. One mistake from Mancini's men, however, and they could be back to square one.
Morata receives some treatment, after being dumped unceremoniously on the turf, but the ex-Real Madrid man should be fine to continue. Juve are starting to press a little bit higher, with the Nerazzurri back four not being the most comfortable in possession. Mistakes can be forced out of Mancini's back four.
Inter continue to work the ball from flank to flank, with Mancini's men having to be patient and probe for gaps. Rugani and Bonucci haven't been exposed too often, with Lichtsteiner and Sandro sitting fairly narrow when the home side have the ball. Nagatomo is fed possession on the left flank, but Cuadrado hares over to put in a vicious challenge.
Palacio and Gnoukouri are warming up for the home side, though Inter have put Juve through their paces quite well in the opening minutes. Perisic goes down holding his head, after clashing with Sandro, but the former Porto left-back appeared to do little other than push the Croatia international. 
Inter have put themselves in a great position with an early goal, but Juve have started to take a little more control since the deadlock was broken. Zaza and Morata continue to sit very deep, with the Nerazzurri having little option but to try and work an extra man on either flank. Allegri is more than happy to frustrate and wind down the clock.
Juan Jesus goes down heavily, following a physical collision with Zaza, but the referee is happy to allow the two bruisers to continue with their battle. Juve definitely have two big presences to bring into the game up top, but the supporting midfield cast aren't getting close enough to them.
Juan Jesus
Yellow Card
Internazionale
Juan Jesus gets the first booking of the evening for a late tackle on Zaza.
INTER STRIKE THE CROSSBAR! Another poor pass across the back four causes problems for Juve, with Ljajic getting onto it! The ex-Viola winger chops infield from the left, before curling a dipping effort onto the woodwork! The home players think there was a deflection, however.
Sturaro scampers down the right-hand side, with the Juve midfielder able to whip a cross in from the flank. Juan Jesus stands firm, however, nodding a headed clearance away from the danger zone. Allegri's men just haven't got firing yet.
Juan Jesus does well to step out of his back line to deny Zaza, with the Italian striker attempting to stab a low pass into the path of the onrushing Cuadrado! The Colombian winger has been Juve's only real source of danger on the break thus far. Asamoah just hasn't been able to get into advanced areas.
Zaza is picked out by a looping free-kick delivery, with the former Sassuolo man attempting an over-head kick! The Italy international, however, catches Santon in the face with a stray boot. The ex-Newcastle full-back gets some quick treatment, but should be fine to continue.
G. Medel
Assist
Internazionale
Medel is tenacious in the tackle, before sliding a quick pass into his teammate's path.
M. Brozović
Goal
Internazionale
GOOOOOOOOOOOOOAL! INTER MAKE IT 3-1 ON AGGREGATE! Juve try to play their back out from Neto, but Sturaro is robbed of possession too easily on the periphery of his own box! Mancini's men respond quickly, with the move then resulting in a low Brozovic finish being tucked beyond the grasp of the visiting goalkeeper.
Juve are looking for long passes into the feet of their striking partnership, with Asamoah and Cuadrado hoping to then be fed possession into the wide areas. Inter are pressing with some intensity, as the Nerazzurri know that they have to play with a sense of urgency in order to get back into the contest.
Ljajic drives into the penalty area, before stepping to the right of Lichtsteiner, but Rugani is there to rob the Serbia international of the ball! Juve try to lead a counter-attack as a result, but Morata is blocked off cynically by D'Ambrosio. The former Torino defender gets his final warning from the referee.
Zaza and Morata have both been set away by long balls in the opening quarter of an hour, but one attack resulted in an offside decision, with the other seeing possession roll its way into Carrizo's grasp. Mancini's men continue to enjoy the lion's share of possession but nothing is coming of it. Eder hasn't been allowed to turn in a dangerous area yet.
A long ball down the line looks for Ljajic, but Lichtsteiner steps in ahead of the ex-Fiorentina man to deny him. Both Juve full-backs are getting plenty of help from Cuadrado and Asamoah, with Allegri's side unafraid to weather this early storm. Perisic shoots from range, but Neto is happy to watch the ball zip a few yards wide of his left-hand post.
Juve continue to congest the edge of the penalty area, with Allegri's system setting up in very narrow fashion. The Nerazzurri are being asked to keep switching the play constantly. Santon whips a cross in towards Eder, but Bonucci stands up to the ex-Sampdoria man well. Moments later, Sandro leads a break down the left, but the aforementioned Inter right-back tracks back to dispossess him.
Santon whips a cross into the box from the right-hand side, but Cuadrado and Lichtsteiner combine to play an escape ball down the line. The Nerazzurri are being urged forward by both their fans and their coach, with an early goal sure to unsettle the Old Lady somewhat.
Inter work possession out to the left-hand side, but Kondogbia can only then help to spread the play once again. A clipped diagonal looks to find Eder in the penalty area, but Rugani clears the visitors' lines. Mancini's men are enjoying all of the early pressure, but Neto is remaining very well-protected.
Juve show their intentions from the off, with the away side sat deep in two banks of four. Zaza and Morata aren't to be drawn out to press, with Inter being asked to work possession from left to right constantly. Kondogbia leads a charge, before attempting to slide a throughball into Eder, but Bonucci slides in to intercept. 
We are underway in the first half at Stadio Giuseppe Meazza, with the hosts needing to put in quite a performance if they are to turn this tie around. Three goals is the minimum required of the Nerazzurri, with conceding a goal having the potential to make things very problematic indeed.
Juventus substitutes: Buffon, Khedira, Pogba, Barzagli, Lemina, Padoin, Dybala, Rubinho, Pereyra, Favilli.
Juventus starting line-up (4-4-2): Neto; Lichtsteiner, Rugani, Bonucci, Sandro; Cuadrado, Hernanes, Sturaro, Asamoah; Morata, Zaza.
Inter substitutes: Handanovic, Palacio, Icardi, Biabiany, Telles, Gnoukouri, Berni, Melo, Gyamfi, Manaj, Della Giovanna.
Inter starting line-up (4-3-3): Carrizo; Santon, D'Ambrosio, Juan Jesus, Nagatomo; Brozovic, Medel, Kondogbia; Perisic, Eder, Ljajic.
TEAM NEWS: Neto is given a run-out in between the sticks for Juve, with Stephan Lichtsteiner starting at right-back in a back four. Daniele Rugani is given a rare start alongside Leonardo Bonucci at centre-back, with Kwadwo Asamoah featuring on the left-hand side of midfield. Hernanes and Stefano Sturaro provide an inexperienced central-midfield duo, with Simone Zaza asked to partner Alvaro Morata up top.
TEAM NEWS: Roberto Mancini reverts to a 4-3-3 formation, rather than the more defensive 3-5-2 which he fielded in the first leg. Yuto Nagatomo continues at left-back, with Davide Santon preferred on the other flank. Jeison Murillo misses out, which means that Danilo D'Ambrosio is chosen to partner Juan Jesus at centre-back. Gary Medel will sit in midfield, with Adem Ljajic and Ivan Perisic on the flanks. Mauro Icardi is on the bench, with Eder leading the line.
These two sides clashed very recently indeed, with the Nerazzurri being defeated 2-0 in Turin last weekend. Leonardo Bonucci and Alvaro Morata got on the scoresheet, but Massimiliano Allegri has named a much-changed line-up for tonight's clash. Inter, meanwhile, are struggling to correct their faltering recent form.
Hello and welcome to the second leg of the Coppa Italia semi-final clash between Inter and Juventus, with the aggregate winner here tonight going into the final against Milan. The Bianconeri have a 3-0 lead from the first leg, with Alvaro Morata and Paulo Dybala chipping in with the goals to put the visitors in a commanding position.
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