Napoli vs Juventus, the final of the 73rd edition of the Coppa Italia, will be played tonight at 9 pm at the Olympic Stadium in Rome. Napoli and Juventus will find themselves in the final for the second time in the history of the national cup, in a game that in the last ten years has become the “classic” of the Italian championship. With a victory Napoli could remedy the disappointing season had so far, marked by the change of manager; Juventus could instead get their first title with Maurizio Sarri, pending the resumption of the championship and Champions League.
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Juventus flew to Rome yesterday and will return to Turin as soon as the final is over. Napoli instead will travel the same day. All the security measures provided for by the government approved FIGC protocol will be implemented at the Olympic Stadium. It will be played without an audience and in the three areas in which the Olimpico was divided, more than three hundred people, including teams, will not be admitted. The ceremonies before the kick-off and the awards at the end of the game will be reduced to a minimum and all authorized persons will have to abide by the distance rules whenever possible.
In the event of a tie in regular times, penalties will be taken directly: overtime has been eliminated to save minutes of play in view of the demanding resumption of the championship, where it will be played every three days. For the same reason, teams will be able to replace up to five players on the pitch in no more than three game breaks.
Where to see Napoli vs Juventus
Napoli vs Juventus will be broadcast live by Rai on Rai 1 starting at 20.30 with the comment of Alberto Rimedio and Antonio Di Gennaro. In streaming, you can see it through the application or the Rai Play website. Here instead the Serie A calendar in June: dates and times and where to see it.
The probable formations of Napoli vs Juventus
Naples (4-3-3) Meret; Di Lorenzo, Maksimovic, Koulibaly, Mario Rui; Fabian Ruiz, Demme, Zielinski; Callejon, Mertens, Insigne
Juventus (4-3-3) Buffon; Cuadrado, De Ligt, Bonucci, Alex Sandro; Bentancur, Pjanic, Matuidi; Douglas Costa, Dybala, Cristiano Ronaldo