Rome – Great football continues with the 75th edition of the Coppa Italia, the main Italian football cup, as well as the second most prestigious national professional competition after the League Championship, which can be seen this year on Mediaset networks. A sporting event that football fans can follow live on TV, free of charge, starting with the preliminary rounds. Here’s everything you need to know about the 2021-2022 Coppa Italia semi-final first leg.
Two matches are highly anticipated and unconfirmed
Football is increasingly present on the show Typhosate, with the Coppa Italia return to prominence this week with the return of the semi-finals: two very high-profile challenges still very open after the first-leg matches. In the first semi-final on Tuesday 19th April at 9pm, live on Canale 5 HD for free, a return derby will be staged at San Siro that promises to be fiery and which will see Inter and Milan play to reach the final start from 0-0 a month and a half ago. A duel on two fronts for the two teams from Milan, who are also fighting in the championship to win the Scudetto: the Nerazzurri, after a hesitant start in 2022, seem to have found the right formation and are on their side, while the Rossoneri will have the indifferent advantage of being able to pass the Tour in the event of a tie. With one or more goals, by virtue of the fact that the regulation eliminating the double value of away goals in the event of a tie in the double comparison will only come into effect for the Coppa Italia from next year. The other semi-final match between Juventus and Fiorentina will take place on Wednesday 20 April, again at 9 pm and in free live broadcast on Canale 5 HD: the Bianconeri will start with the 1-0 advantage obtained in the extreme. The first leg is in Franchi in a race that has been dominated by the Tuscans for long periods and they will be able to count on the interest of the public. Even the match scheduled at the Allianz Arena to be sold promises a very tough competition due to the historical rivalry between the two teams, which on this occasion takes on even more pronounced tones due to Dusan Vlahovic’s hotly contested transfer in the last winter transfer market session. Two amazing and unbelievable challenges that you can pursue thanks to Tivùsat with the magic of HD while sitting comfortably on the sofa at home.
In a few years Typhosate He became an authoritative fact on the Italian television scene. Success stems from fulfilling an initial promise: ensuring 100% of the population free-to-air television viewing and access to the entire national territory and above all mountain communities. The competition has now increased: if initially the platform’s goal was integration into the digital land, now there is a need for that as well with regard to the offering that runs on the Internet. What has not changed is that only the Tivùsat satellite is synonymous with the quality of television that today no one can guarantee in free TV.
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