Last chance to win a trophy this season.
With the Stadio Olimpico in Rome sold out and expected to have 68,000 people in the stands, Juventus and Inter will face off for the fourth time this season, this time for a trophy that has a little more cash than the Supercopp did four months ago. Of course, this is not the second trophy that Inter is currently trying to win, but it is a trophy, and Juventus obviously does not have one of them even though they had their chances.
Maybe tonight is different.
Perhaps for the first time this season, Juventus can win over Inter.
And if they do, then they will get the trophy of a season that has been disappointing and disappointing throughout the season.
This night is definitely the last final of the Paul Dybala Cup as a Juventus player. Most likely, this is the last final of the Giorgio Chiellini Cup as a Juventus player. It is your captain from 2018 and your vice-captain for the last few years who will play his last cup final.
Don’t you think it would be nice to see them lift the trophy on the way out?
I think it will be nice to see them lift the trophy on the way out – and that against the Inter team from Milan, which does not deserve to win any of their trophies because they are known fraudsters. (But, ironically, it’s also the Inter team, which is also rumored to be Dybala’s likely next destination, so there’s a little bit of speculation about the transfer that hangs over this Coppa Italia final as well.)
Most important of all is that Juventus are facing Inter with a trophy on the line. That’s the biggest thing happening tonight. A lot of other stories happen because that’s always the case when Juve and Inter play with each other. That will never change.
One thing that will hopefully change? Juventus beat Inter this season. That would certainly be nice.
When: Wednesday, May 11, 2022
Where: Stadio Olimpico, Rome, Italy.
Official start time: 21 hours local time in Italy and Europe, 20 hours in the United Kingdom, 15 hours Eastern time, 12 hours Pacific time.
Juventus starts XI (4-4-2? 4-2-3-1?): Perin; Danilo, de Ligt, Chiellini, Alex Sandro; Zakaria, Rabiot; Cuadrado, Dybala, Bernardeschi; Vlahovic.
Juventus bench: Szczesny, Pinsoglio, Arthur, Morata, Pellegrini, Kean, Bonucci, Rugani, Locatelli, Aké, Nicolussi Caviglia, Miretti.
Inter Milan starting XI (3-5-2): Handanović; Skriniar, De Vrij, D’Ambrosio; Darmian, Barella, Brozovic, Calhanoglu, Perisic; Lautaro Martinez, Dzeko.
Inter Milan bench: Cordaz, Radu, Dumfries, Gagliardini, Sanchez, Ranocchia, Gosens, Correa, Vidal, Dimarco, Caicedo, Bastoni.
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