After more than three and a half months of prorogation due to Covid-19, the Italian Football Championship is getting ready to make its comeback this weekend with the Italian Cup semi-finals: Juventus – Milan this Friday and Napoli – Inter on Saturday. All this thanks to the president of the Italian Football Association Gabriele Gravina. While football leagues resume, get ready and register for the best betting software if you do not yet have one to bet on your favorite leagues and the upcoming games.
Calcio will indeed resume its rights next weekend after an interruption of three and a half months due to the coronavirus. However, before that, the spotlight will be on the Italian Cup, which kicks off this evening with Juventus and AC Milan (1-1 first leg). Napoli and Inter, meanwhile, will meet on Saturday evening (0-1 first leg) before the Grand Final on 17 June at the Olympic Stadium in Rome. The abstinence is thus over.
Not long ago, this seemed like a dream, but now the dream has come true. Although the health situation is now under control, Italy was one of the countries most severely affected by Covid-19. And for Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte, the recovery of football has long been the least of their worries. And rightly so. “We don’t talk about it at all,” Italian Sports Minister Vincenzo Spadafora said on Facebook on 3 May. Juventus was no exception to this as 121 Juventus employees, players, technical and medical staff, managers, media officers, and stewards had to observe a two-week isolation period in March when defender Daniele Rugani was the first Serie A player to be reached by Covid-19. It was a memorable experience that reinforced the already strong sense of belonging. Now, Italy is following the steps of Germany and Spain by making its grand return first with the Italian Cup and next with the Serie A games coming up next weekend. With 124 games left to play Serie A has lots of surprises for you, contact us or signup to get a betting account to win with our free exclusive tips.
It’s been almost six weeks since Juventus resumed training, but they won’t really know where they stand until after their semi-final second leg against AC Milan on Friday evening.
Italian Cup semi-final second leg schedule
Friday, June 12th
At 9 p.m.: Juventus Turin-AC Milan.
Saturday, 13 June
At 9:00 p.m.: Napoli -Inter.