Coppa Italia

Milan Targeting Coppa Italia Victory
AC Milan will be starting their new season this Monday as they play in the third round of Coppa Italia against Perugia, following a poor finish in the Italian Serie A standings last season.
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Fiorentina vs Napoli (1-3)
Napoli earned a positive reward for their hard word this season as they won the Coppa Italia after defeating Fiorentina on Saturday. Playing at a neutral ground at Olympico, Rome, none of those two teams can be considered having a home court advantage, making things much more interesting.
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Napoli vs AS Roma (3-0)
Napoli got themselves into the final stage of Coppa Italia after they turned the tie against AS Roma, winning the second leg battle in a convincing fashion at San Paolo stadium. Losing 3-2 during their first meeting, Partenopei immediately set themselves in an attacking shape and eventually getting in front after 33 minutes through Jose Callejon, putting his team in an advantage with an away goal rule.
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Fiorentina vs Udinese (2-0)
Fiorentina making their way into the final of this year's Coppa Italia after grabbing a comfortable second leg home battle against Udinese this past midweek. Trailing 2-1 in aggregate from their first leg defeat, La Viola put on an aggressive effort in front of their loyal crowd and that positive approach was rewarded very early as the host got themselves in front after 14 minutes of play through Manuel Pasqual's effort.
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AS Roma vs Napoli (3-2)
AS Roma grabbed an important result on the first leg of their Coppa Italia semi finals battle against Napoli at Olimpico stadium this past midweek. Playing in front of their home crowd, Giallorossi put on an aggressive display and got themselves in front through Gervinho after just 13 minutes of play.
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Udinese vs Fiorentina (2-1)
Fiorentina's recent run of poor form continue this midweek in Coppa Italia as they suffered a slender away defeat in the hands of Udinese at Friuli stadium. Playing in the first leg of that competition's semifinals stage, both teams were looking really eager in grabbing positive result which could give more opportunity in advancing into the final stage.
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Napoli vs Lazio (1-0)
Napoli secured their passage into the next round of Coppa Italia after successfully snatching a home win over Lazio this midweek in an interesting contest at San Paolo stadium. Both teams were looking really eager to grab that semi finals ticket and booked a schedule against AS Roma, that already secured their place in that round.
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AC Milan vs Udinese (1-2)
AC Milan's sweet start under new head coach, Clarence Seedorf, didn't continue in their Coppa Italia campaign as Rossoneri found themselves getting eliminated from that competition after getting beaten by Udinese.
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AS Roma vs Juventus (1-0)
AS Roma got their mini-revenge over Juventus as the capital side eliminated Antonio Conte's men from Coppa Italia quarter finals battle on Tuesday at Olimpico stadium. Getting a heavy thumping it their recent league meeting in Turin, Rome were looking really motivated in avenging that result as they were pushing forward vigorously since kick, off, but were having a disappointing moment in the final third as they couldn't take their chances during that first 45 minutes.
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Napoli vs Atalanta (3-1)
Napoli making their way into the next stage of Coppa Italia after eliminating fellow Italian Serie A side, Atalanta this midweek at San Paolo stadium. Partenopei were keen on keeping their positive run going in the Cup as they played an attacking display since kick off, but instead of getting themselves in front, Rafael Benitez' men found themselves trailing when Giuseppe De Luca scored after just 14 minutes of play.
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AC Milan vs Spezia (3-1)
AC Milan started their life after Massimiliano Allegri in a positive way as they grabbed a pretty convincing 3-1 victory over Serie B side Spezia in the Coppa Italia fixture this midweek.
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Lazio vs Parma (2-1)
Still looking to find consistency on their Serie A form, Lazio got themselves into the next stage in Coppa Italia after grabbing an important home victory over Parma this midweek. Playing in front of their home crowd at Olimpico, Rome, Biancocelsti put on an attacking display since kick off as they did manage to get themselves in front, thanks to an effort from Brayan Perea on 25 minutes.
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AS Roma vs Sampdoria (1-0)
AS Roma starting off their redeeming process after the 3-0 throbbing from Juventus last weekend in Serie A and so far that turned out pretty well as they got into the next round of Coppa Italia after a slender win over Sampdoria.
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Fiorentina vs Chievo Verona (2-0)
Fiorentina making their way into the quarter finals of Coppa Italia this season after successfully eliminating fellow Serie A teams, Chievo this past midweek at Artemio Franchi stadium in Florence.
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Atletico Madrid vs Sant Andreu (2-1)
Atletico Madrid securing their passage into the next round of Coppa Del Rey as they snatched another victory in their second meeting against Sant Andreu this past midweek. Playing in front of their home crowd, Atletico were not keen on letting the fans down, though they did go behind early in that game when Andreu got themselves in front on 14 minutes through Carozza's effort.
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Juventus vs Avellino (3-0)
Current Serie A league leader, Juventus showcasing their fine form in Coppa Italia campaign this season as they made way into the next stage of that competition after eliminating Serie B side, Avellino on midweek.
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