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Juventus - AC Milan
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FULL TIME! Juventus are through to the Coppa Italia final, with Milan having barely touched a glove on the Old Lady, who progress courtesy of the away-goal rule.
FOUR minutes will be added on - can Milan find a way to score?
- OffAndrea ContiAC Milan
- OnAlexis SaelemaekersAC Milan
A final throw of the dice as Laxalt and Saelemaekers come on for Milan, Calabria and Conti making way.
Time is running out for Milan. They haven't really looked like scoring all night. Juventus are on course for their 19th Coppa Italian final, unless something dramatic happens in the final few minutes.
- OnJuan CuadradoJuventus
Juan Cuadrado takes the place of Danilo.
- OffLucas PaquetáAC Milan
- OnLorenzo ColomboAC Milan
Rade Krunic and Lorenzo Colombo are on for Milan, replacing Kessie and Paqueta.
Rabiot miscues his shot, catching it with his shin, but Donnarumma still has the save to make as he tips it over the bar.
Save! Donnarumma has to be alert to keep out Dybala's curler from distance.
Just wide! Kjaer - who has been like a rock in the Milan defence tonight - almost proves deadly in attack but heads wide at the near post from the visitors' first corner.
Sandro touches Calhanoglu's free-kick delivery behind for Milan's first corner of the match! A goal here would change things completely...
Milan have another four changes they can make. They need an injection of pace and creativity, because at the moment they are going out without much of a fight.
Fantastic defending! An excellent defensive header Kjaer as he climbs higher than De Ligt to deny the Juve defender a certain opener!
Bentancur slips as he shoots - but still wins a corner for the Old Lady. Donnarumma stays put as Calabria heads clear.
This is a good spell for Milan, who are now playing higher up the pitch. They need a goal.
- OffBlaise MatuidiJuventus
- OnAdrien RabiotJuventus
Milan go direct as Kessie flicks the ball on for Leao but De Ligt races in behind to clear.
- OffDouglas CostaJuventus
- OnFederico BernardeschiJuventus
Triple Juventus sub: Sami Khedira comes on for his first appearance since November following injury, replacing Pjanic, while Federico Bernardeschi and Adrien Rabot come on for Matuidi and Costa.
Milan must score - but it's Juve who continue to ask the questions. Donnarumma has to come a long way to punch clear Pjanic's corner delivery. There's still half an hour to play here but it's hard to look past the Old Lady progressing to next week's final.
The corner is dangerous - Bonucci pokes wide at the back post, but it wouldn't have counted. There was a foul inside the penalty area. Milan have a free-kick.
Ronaldo cuts in from a wide position and his shot is deflected into the sky, and Donnarumma can't prevent the corner.
Pjanic swings in a corner, there's pinball inside the Milan box but the visitors eventually manage to clear.
Matuidi runs into the gaping hole in the Milan midfield and feeds a through ball into the path of Ronaldo. However, Romagnoli makes up a lot of ground to make a lovely challenge on the Juve forward.
- OffGiacomo BonaventuraAC Milan
- OnRafael LeãoAC Milan
Milan sub: Bonaventura, who has arguably been the visitors' most creative player, is replaced by Rafael Leao in what is an odd substitution.
Block! Milan surrender possession all too easily through Bennacer. Dybala rides a couple of challenges inside the Milan penalty area but then sees his shot blocked by Kessie.
Close! There's a warning to Juve! Bonaventura's first touch allows him to race down the right and he lifts a lovely cross to Calhanoglu at the near post. Unmarked, he heads wide!
Bentacur is clattered on the edge of the penalty area - but the referee allows play to continue, as Matuidi pokes it behind for a Milan goal-kick.
Kick-off! The second-half gets underway and there are no changes in personnel. Remember, Juventus will win on away goals if the score remains the same at the full-time whistle.
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Half-time: An entertaining first-half comes to an end. Ronaldo can't get down the tunnel quickly enough. A missed penalty and another good chance spurned, it hasn't been his day so far.
Bonucci sees his effort wide, as Juve's frustrations continue. The 10-men of Milan are proving difficult to break down.
There will be three minutes of added time to play.
- Yellow cardMiralem PjanicJuventus
Yellow card! Pjanic goes into the book for a foul on Calhanoglu.
Almost an equaliser! Calhanoglu lifts a teasing cross into the Juve box, it misses everyone and sneaks past the post of Buffon who was anticipating a touch.
Calhanoglu runs into De Ligt, with the former hurting his shoulder in the collision.
Shot! Milan are stretched as Juve launch a counter of their own. Ronaldo opens his body up but curls a tame shot into the arms of Donnarumma. End-to-end action here in Turin.
A hole appears in the Juve midfield, as Bonaventura sprints into space with the home side's defence retreating. The attacker has options either side, however, he holds onto the ball too long and runs into trouble.
Bennacer buys a free-kick in a crossing position. However, his delivery is straight into the arms of Buffon. What a waste.
Sandro delivers a cross, Milan, defending in great numbers, clear. Juve have to remain patient. Surely the opener is on the horizon.
Juve have had over 70 per cent of possession so far. Dominant.
Save! Wave after wave of Juve attack. Matuidi makes a late run into the box to meet a cross from the right but the midfielder, on the slide, sees his weak effort pushed away by Donnarumma.
Over! Clever movement from Ronaldo as he finds space inside the penalty area but his final touch leaves a lot to be desired once more as he leans back and blazes over the bar after a nice cross from Costa on the left flank.
Juve come forward now, with Dybala and Costa combining with a nice inter-link, but the latter blazes his shot well over the bar from outside the box.
Milan are getting more bodies forward now, but it's all in vain as Paqueta shanks his cross behind for a goal-kick.
Conti fires a first time volley into orbit after a rare attacking move from Milan.
Milan are caught in possession and Bentancur sprints through the middle, leading the Juve counter-attack. He switches it wide to Ronaldo whose shot is deflected behind for another corner.
A moment of madness...
Yellow card! And now Conti goes into the book for a late challenge. Milan have lost their heads.
- Red cardAnte RebicAC Milan
RED CARD! Moments after Ronaldo misses a penalty, Rebic goes in ridiculously high on Danilo and the referee produces the red card! What is he thinking?!
RONALDO HITS THE POST! Oh dear, the Portuguese strikes it hard and low, and sees his spot-kick kiss the woodwork!
PENALTY TO JUVENTUS! The referee has given the spot-kick! Ronaldo to take...
The referee is having a good look at the pitchside monitor. The ball brushed the arm of Conti who moved his elbow to the ball.
VAR checks for a penalty! Juve continue to apply pressure, as they force another corner. The ball appears to strike the arm of Conti, but it falls kindly to Ronaldo who flashes a shot across the face of goal. Juve are protesting furiously for a handball and VAR is having a look.
Calabria is late on Danilo, who wins Juventus a free-kick after a run down the right flank. The hosts fail to trouble Milan from the resulting set-piece.
Block! Ronaldo, with a clever piece of skill, opens up the space for a shot from the edge of the penalty area but sees his effort charged down by Romagnoli.
Milan have possession!
De Ligt heads well over the crossbar, but Milan's marking is non-existent. The visitors look well off the pace.
Free-kick! Dybala has his ankles clipped by Romagnoli, winning a free-kick 30 yards out in a central area. Dybala then sees his shot deflected behind for a corner by the Milan wall.
A first glimpse of Ronaldo, who pulls to the right flank, throws in a few step-overs and angles a dangerous cross which Donnarumma does well to punch clear at full-stretch.
Just wide! Juventus make a flying start and almost take an early lead. Sandro is set free down the left, he gets to the byline and rolls it back to Costa whose side-footed effort curls agonisingly past the post. Milan were all over the place defensively there.
KICK-OFF! After 95 days, football returns in Italy. Juventus get us underway.
And then there is round of applause for healthcare workers, three of whom are fittingly front and centre on the pitch.
A minute's silence will be held to remember all those who have sadly lost their lives to COVID-19.
Five minutes until kick-off! It's Juventus versus AC Milan in the Coppa Italia and it's LIVE, NEXT!
Milan haven't defeated Juventus in the Coppa Italia in 35 years - and they have lost 10 straight games against the Old Lady in the Serie A. This tie remains delicately poised, but Sarri's side are clear favourites.
Sarri on Juve's preparations: "This is a unique situation, which does not give us any certainty, also because we have obviously not played friendlies. I am satisfied with what I have seen during these days in training, but the response during a game will be different. Each player has experienced this period in a different way. Now the point will be to understand what motivations everyone has within themselves."
Juventus have won this competition four times in a row between 2015 and 2018 - before Lazio ended their run last season. They are 27 points ahead of Milan in the table, but were fortunate to earn a draw in the first leg.
There is a place in the Coppa Italia Final at stake on June 17 - three days before the resumption of Serie A - at the Stadio Olimpico. Extra-time has been scrapped, so it will go straight to a penalty shootout if it's a score draw at full-time.
Zlatan is suspended tonight, so Ante Rebic starts as the lone striker for the visitors. He will be supported by the talented Lucas Paqueta as well as Hakan Calhanoglu and Giacomo Bonaventura. Theo Hernandez, Samu Castillejo and Mateo Musacchio are all missing through injury. Franck Kessie returns to the midfield with Ismael Bennacer.
There is no Gonzalo Higuain for Juve tonight. Nor Aaron Ramsey. Nor Giorgio Chiellini. But Juventus are anything but weak, particularly in attack where Douglas Costa, Paulo Dybala and Ronaldo form a deadly trident. Miralem Pjanic, who has been strongly linked with a move away from the club, features in midfield. The legend that is Gigi Buffon takes the gloves.
TEAM NEWS - Juventus XI: Buffon; Danilo, De Ligt, Bonucci, Alex Sandro; Bentancur, Pjanic, Matuidi; Douglas Costa, Dybala, Ronaldo.. subs: Szczesny, Pinsoglio, De Sciglio, Rugani, Khedira, Rabiot, Muratore, Cuadrado, Bernardeschi, Olivieri, Vrioni, Zamacchia /// AC Milan XI: G Donnarumma: Conti, Kjaer, Romagnoli, Calabria; Kessie, Bennacer; Paqueta, Calhanoglu, Bonaventura; Rebic.. subs: Begovic, A Donnarumma, Gabbia, Duarte, Krunic, Laxalt, Biglia, Brescianini, Saelamaekers, Leao, Colombo, Olzer.
Italian football is back! Welcome to Eurosport's LIVE text commentary of the Coppa Italia semi-final second-leg clash between Juventus and AC Milan. Cristiano Ronaldo's controversial late penalty earned his side a 1-1 draw at the San Siro back on February 13, giving the Old Lady the advantage in the tie and keeps Maurizio Sarri's treble dream alive. AC Milan are five-time Coppa Italia winners but haven't won a major honour in nine years - and tonight they have to make do without Zlatan Ibrahimovic. The match is in Juventus's favour, but these are strange times. Team news will follow next.