These Juventus vs. Inter predictions see the last two Serie A winners battling it out in the Coppa Italia final on Wednesday night. The Bianconeri are the most decorated club in the competition but the Nerazzurri are in better form going into the game.
Juventus vs. Inter odds
1 – Inter to win inside 90 minutes – 23/18
2 – Both teams to score – 16/19
3 – Under 3.5 goals – 1/3
4 – Match to go to penalties – 11/2
5 – Lautaro Martinez to score anytime – 9/2
The Coppa Italia final kicks off on Wednesday evening with Juventus hoping to win their 15th title. Unfortunately for the Bianconeri, they come up against an Inter side in fine form who have had the better of the Old Lady this season.
The Nerazzurri are on the hunt for a second consecutive Serie A trophy and have managed to maintain their form in the domestic tournaments as well this campaign. Simone Inzaghi’s side have already lifted one trophy, the Supercoppa Italiana, by beating Juventus in the final and they will be keen to add to their collection.
Juventus are well known for having an elite mentality, especially when it comes to games of this magnitude. However, the Bianconeri are suffering with injury and a number of key players are set to miss out. As a result, we would back Inter as favourites on Wednesday evening.
Of course, this fixture will not be an easy one to call, with two of the top four clubs in Serie A fighting it out. Both teams have fantastic attacking records, with Inter scoring in all of their last 10 games and only the Nerazzurri preventing Juventus from doing so in the same period. As such, a bet on both teams to score is worth a look.
Despite two solid front lines, matches between these two sides tend not to be particularly high scoring. In fact, just once in the past six meetings have more than four goals been scored. Those looking to place a safe bet for the final could look towards a punt on under 3.5 goals within normal time.
With so much on the line it would be no surprise to see both sides avoiding risks, safe in the knowledge that they do not have to win inside 90 minutes. Should the game be as close as predicted, there are strong odds on the game ending in penalties.
If there is one player likely to break the deadlock, it is Lautaro Martinez. The Argentinian forward has already scored against Juventus this season and bagged a brace last weekend to secure victory for his side. A bet on Martinez to score anytime is our tip for Wednesday’s final.
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Juventus vs. Inter last five matches
Juventus last five matches
Inter last five matches
Juventus top goalscorers
Inter top goalscorers
Juventus vs. Inter line-ups
Juventus (4-3-3): Szczesny; Danilo, Bonucci, De Ligt, Sandro; Arthur, Miretti, Rabiot; Cuadrado, Vlahovic, Morata.
Inter (3-5-2): Handanovic; Skriniar, De Vrij, Bastoni; Dumfries, Varella, Brozovic, Calhanoglu, Perisic; Correa, Martinez.
Juventus team news
Juve’s injury crisis continues, with both Danilo and Luca Pellegrini potentially ruled out for Wednesday’s match. The Bianconeri treatment room is already full with the likes of Federico Chiesa, Weston Mckennie, Manuel Locatelli and Kaio Jorge. Fortunately for Allegri, he was able to welcome back Juan Cuadrado last weekend, who may be fielded on the wing to provide defensive cover.
Inter team news
Alessandro Bastoni is the only injury doubt for the final, with the centre-back position likely to be filled by Federico Dimarco. Simone Inzaghi is not expected to make any changes to the starting XI that won at Empoli last weekend, although he may be tempted to hand Alexis Sanchez a start after the Chilean scored from the bench both last weekend and against Juve in January’s Supercoppa.