Lazio vs Juventus prediction, odds & betting tips – 23/04/2024

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Coppa Italia - Stadio Olimpico

2nd Round

Lazio vs Juventus prediction
Can Lazio pull a miracle out of the bag to overturn a two-leg deficit against Juve? – Photo by Icon Sport

Lazio and Juventus meet at the Stadio Olimpico to contest the second leg of their Coppa Italia semi-final double-header on Tuesday, 23 April. Check out our Italian football betting tips for the match below.

Lazio vs Juventus prediction: Can Lazio mount a comeback?

Lazio vs Juventus predictions
Our pick

🔥Hot tip

Lazio Double Chance

Correct score prediction

Lazio 1-0 Juventus

⬆️ Under 2.5 goals

Yes

Key Stats

  • Juventus hold a 2-0 advantage from the first leg ahead of Tuesday’s return fixture.
  • Lazio beat Juventus 1-0 when the teams last met in Roma as recently as 30 March.
  • Juventus failed to win any of their last six away assignments.
  • Four of Lazio’s last five fixtures produced two or fewer goals.

Pre-game odds and win probability: Juve priced as favourites

  • HOME: 9/5 (2.80) – 35.7%
  • DRAW: 21/10 (3.10) – 32.3%
  • AWAY: 6/4 (2.50) – 40%

*odds from Ladbrokes, subject to change

Lazio conceded twice in the second half when they lost 2-0 against Juventus in Turin in the Coppa Italia semi-final first leg, though they will be determined to make a better fist of things when they meet the Old Lady back on home soil. Lazio have a 35.7% chance of winning Tuesday’s second leg, according to the bookmakers.

Juventus lost on their last visit to play Lazio at the end of March and the visitors have failed to win six away games on the spin overall. Our football betting tips for Tuesday’s tussle suggest Juventus might find the going tough on the road again.

Last five H2Hs: Home advantage usually key

Coppa Italia 02/04/24

Juventus

Juventus

2
Lazio

Lazio

0

Italy Serie A 30/03/24

Lazio

Lazio

1
Juventus

Juventus

0

Italy Serie A 16/09/23

Juventus

Juventus

3
Lazio

Lazio

1

Italy Serie A 08/04/23

Lazio

Lazio

2
Juventus

Juventus

1

Coppa Italia 02/02/23

Juventus

Juventus

1
Lazio

Lazio

0

Juventus beat Lazio 2-0 in Turin in the semi-final first leg and the home side has come out on top in the last six iterations of this fixture overall. Juve were beaten in each of their last two trips to play Lazio in the capital.

Lazio preview: First-choice keeper Provedel still absent

Matteo Guendouzi, Mattia Zaccagni and Ivan Provedel are all in the treatment room at Lazio. The Biancocelesti won 1-0 at Genoa at the weekend and they could name the crux of the same XI from that victory against Juve this week.

Predicted lineup: Mandas – Patric, Casale, Gila – Marusic, Vecino, Kamada, Lazzari – Anderson, Alberto, Castellanos

Italy Serie A 26/05/24

D

Sassuolo

Sassuolo

1

Lazio

Lazio

1

Italy Serie A 19/05/24

D

Inter Milan

Inter Milan

1

Lazio

Lazio

1

Italy Serie A 12/05/24

W

Empoli

Empoli

0

Lazio

Lazio

2

Italy Serie A 04/05/24

D

Monza

Monza

2

Lazio

Lazio

2

Italy Serie A 27/04/24

W

Verona

Verona

0

Lazio

Lazio

1

Juventus preview: Juve at close to full-strength

Moise Kean is still a couple of weeks away from making a comeback, though Fabio Miretti is likely to shake off a minor issue to join the matchday squad. Juventus rescued a point at Cagliari at the weekend after they fell two goals behind in the first half.

Predicted lineup: Szczesny – Gatti, Bremer, Danilo – Weah, Alcaraz, Locatelli, Rabiot, Cambiaso – Vlahovic, Chiesa

Italy Serie A 25/05/24

W

Monza

Monza

0

Juventus

Juventus

2

Italy Serie A 20/05/24

D

Bologna

Bologna

3

Juventus

Juventus

3

Coppa Italia 15/05/24

W

Atalanta

Atalanta

0

Juventus

Juventus

1

Italy Serie A 12/05/24

D

Salernitana

Salernitana

1

Juventus

Juventus

1

Italy Serie A 05/05/24

D

Roma

Roma

1

Juventus

Juventus

1

Lazio vs Juventus prediction
Christos Mandas could have a major role to play against Juventus – Photo by Icon Sport

Player to watch – Christos Mandas

With first-choice Lazio keeper Ivan Provedel still sidelined, back-up stopper Christos Mandas has been seeing plenty of action of late and the Greek net minder could have a big part to play in Tuesday’s semi-final second leg against Juventus.

Mandas will need to be at his best

Lazio are expected to go for the jugular from the start on Tuesday in a bid to overturn a two-leg deficit and they will need Mandas to be at his best to thwart any Juventus counter-attacking chances. Mandas was in excellent form when Lazio beat Juventus 1-0 in March in Serie A, and the 22-year-old will be hoping for a repeat performance this week.


Simon Winter is a professional football tipster and sports journalist with over ten years in the industry. Best known for his time with Racing Post, Simon has also had work published by Freesupertips, Bloomberg Sports, bet365, Paddy Power, Colossus Bets, These Football Times and more. Simon covers the Bundesliga and Serie A for Football Whispers.