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Juventus v AC Milan tips: Juve favourites in Coppa Italia final

| 09.05.2018

The next few days could be big for Juventus. The Old Lady are lining up a league and cup double, starting with tonight’s Coppa Italia final against AC Milan.

Juve are 4/11 favourites to win the cup in Rome tonight, with Milan the 2/1 outsiders.

In terms of the 90 minute betting, there’s 4/5 for a Juventus win, 17/5 about Milan, and 11/5 for a draw.

Max Allegri’s side are seeking a fourth-straight Coppa Italia win, and their form this season has been superb.

The Old Lady have seen off Genoa, Torino and Atalanta without conceding a goal.

As for Gennaro Gattuso’s Milan, they beat Verona and city rivals Inter, before squeezing past Lazio on penalties after a pair of 0-0s.

But they’ve struggled against Juve in recent times, losing 12 of the last 14 meetings in all competitions.

There’s 12/5 about Juventus to win on the -1 handicap, as they’ve done in both Serie A clashes this season.

And having yet to concede a single goal in the tournament, our traders go 17/10 for the Turin side to win to nil this evening.

Milan will be hard-pushed to stop goalscoring duo Gonzalo Higuain and Paulo Dybala, too.

The former netted both goals in Juve’s 2-0 win over Milan at the San Siro in October, while Dybala grabbed the opener in March’s 3-1 success.

We’re 7/2 about each striker to break the deadlock tonight, with 7/5 available on them each to net anytime.

It says much about Juventus’ strength in depth that seven of their players are a shorter price in the goalscorer betting than Milan’s most likely scorer.

That honour falls to Patrick Cutrone. The Italian has bagged 16 goals in what’s become a breakthrough campaign, and is 15/2 to get the opener tonight.

Get all our odds for tonight’s Coppa Italia final right here.

All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing



Richard Marsh

Richard loves his sport, especially if it involves the sound of tyres screaming around a race track. He's not fussy though and his '90s Premier League nostalgia and knowledge of team nicknames is tough to match.