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Atalanta v Juventus: How to watch, kick-off time, head-to-head stats and team news

The culmination of the Coppa Italia sees Atalanta - winners back in 1963 - take on record 14-time winners Juventus at the Stadio Olimpico.

Atalanta are unbeaten in seven matches in all competitions - winning six - and are in with a chance of a cup double as Gian Piero Raspadori’s men are also in the final of the Europa League.

Juventus may have the cup pedigree on their side but their recent form does not put them in good stead, failing to win any of their last six in all competitions.

Atalanta v Juventus

How to watch Atalanta v Juventus and TV Channel

Atalanta v Juventus will be broadcast live in the UK on Premier Sports.

Atalanta v Juventus kick-off time, date and venue

Atalanta v Juventus will take place at the Stadio Olimpico in Rome and is due to kick-off at 8pm on Wednesday 15th May 2024.

Atalanta v Juventus stats and head-to-head record (H2H)

La Dea have regularly struggled to get the better of the Old Lady, with just seven wins from 63 head-to-heads in all competitions. However they did avoid defeat in both league meetings this season, holding Juventus to a goalless draw at the Gewiss Stadium before taking a point from Turin.

Juventus last lost to Atalanta in any competition back in 2021 but their goal-scoring exploits this season could hamper their chances of being crowned Coppa Italia champions for a record extending 15th time, with only Torino and Lazio scoring fewer times than Juventus of any side in the top half of Serie A.

Atalanta v Juventus head-to-head record (H2H)

Atalanta wins




Juventus wins


* H2H stats refer to all competitions

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Atalanta v Juventus team news

Atalanta team news

A duo of defensive absentees are expected for Atalanta on Wednesday as Emil Holm and Sead Kolasinac miss out with respective calf and thigh problems.

Juventus team news

Timothy Weah is back available for selection after returning from suspension, however the likes of Danilo, Mattia De Sciglio and Alex Sandro are all likely to remain on the sidelines with muscle injuries.

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