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      13.02.2020 10:00 - in: Coppa Italia S

      #InNumbers ⎮Milan -Juve Coppa Italia

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      Ten stats about tonight's first leg Coppa Italia semi-final fixture against Milan

      IN THE CUP: Milan and Juventus have faced each other 25 times in the Italian Cup: seven AC Milan wins, 11 wins for the Bianconeri and seven draws.

      LAST NINE MATCHES: AC Milan have lost their last nine games against Juventus in all competitions: in their history, the Rossoneri have never recorded 10 consecutive defeats against a single opponent.

      LAST OUTING AT SAN SIRO: The last match between Juventus and Milan at San Siro dates back to February 2012, with a 1-2 success for the Bianconeri thanks to a brace by Martín Cáceres.

      MILAN AT HOME: Milan are unbeaten in seven home games in all competitions (3W, 4D): the best streak for the Rossoneri in a single season since January 2017 (nine games in that case). 

      SEMI-FINALISTS: Including the current season, Juventus (32 times) and Milan (23) are two of the three teams that have made it to the Coppa Italia semifinals the most times (Inter are in second place, with 26). 

      IBRA: Juventus was the first Italian team Zlatan Ibrahimovic played for (2004-06): the Swede has not scored against Juve in the last four games he has against the Bianconeri with the AC Milan shirt (including the 2011/12 Italian Cup semi-final).

      DYBALA VS MILAN: Paulo Dybala has scored six goals against Milan whilst wearing the Juventus jersey: Joya has only done better against Udinese (eight) and Lazio (nine).

      CR7 AGAINST DIAVOLI: Cristiano Ronaldo has scored four goals in nine appearances in all career competitions against Milan. 

      PIOLI IN 18: In 18 previous matches coached against Juventus in all competitions, Stefano Pioli has never won against the Bianconeri (3D, 15L). Three of these defeats came in the Italian Cup, including the final when on the Lazio bench in 2014/15.

      SARRI VS MILAN: After losing his first ever match against Milan (in the Italian Cup), Maurizio Sarri remained undefeated in all 10 fixtures against the Rossoneri across all competitions (6W, 4D).

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