Atalanta and Fiorentina drew 3-3 in their Coppa Italia semi-final first leg in February and similar entertainment is expected tonight.
La Dea were the 2-1 winners at Napoli on Sunday, a victory that maintained their Champions League hopes and a second ever major trophy – the last coming in 1963 – would be fitting for Gian Piero Gasperini’s side.
Visitors La Viola have endured a middling season to say the least and one win in 13, including losing 3-1 to Atalanta in March is hardly sparkling form.
They have scored in their last eight on the road though and with so much to play for, including a bit of historical rivalry between these teams, this could be a classic in Bergamo as the pair fight it out to face Lazio in the final.
It should also be an entertaining night in La Liga and, while Sevilla should beat Rayo Vallecano, they rarely make it easy for themselves.
Los Rojiblancos have won their last two at the Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan – beating Alaves and Real Betis – and while they kept a clean sheet against El Glorioso, that is their only shutout at home in the last six.
One win in 12 sees Rayo Vallecano sit bottom of the table but they scored twice in losing 3-2 at Athletic Bilbao 11 days ago and, echoing Fiorentina, have found the net in their last eight away games.
Sevilla won 4-1 at the Vallecas and they should have more than enough to get the job done but it wouldn’t be a surprise to see them concede again in the process.
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