Napoli, having beaten Inter away in the semi-final first leg back in February, managed to hold the Nerazzurri to a 1-1 draw in the home return fixture. That allowed them to progress to the final having won 2-1 on aggregate.
Juventus scraped through on away goals following a 0-0 draw against AC Milan, having tied the first leg 1-1 away at the San Siro before the Italian season was placed on hold due to the pandemic. In that first leg, Christiano Ronaldo scored a 91st-minute penalty to draw level which ended up being the decisive goal.
Juve was in great form before the lockdown having only been defeated three times in 2020, even notching a 2-0 win against their Derby d’Italia rivals Inter. They currently sit at the top of the Serie A table by 1 point ahead of league football returning later this week.
In contrast, Napoli currently sits in sixth in Serie A, though the Azzuri’s form had been on an upswing with seven victories from their last nine games in all competitions prior to the season being put on pause.
Gennaro Gattuso’s men are hoping to secure their first Coppa Italia crown since 2014, whereas the Bianconeri has won the tournament five times in the last six years. That being said, the lack of competitive football in recent months may well play its part in tonight’s game, so it’s difficult to predict the outcome.
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