10. Both teams have rich histories in the Coppa Italia: Juventus share the record of nine cup triumphs, while Napoli have lifted the trophy on three occasions. Juve are 1.55 to win the cup on Sunday, with Napoli priced at 2.35.
9. Neither side has reached the final since 2004, when Juventus lost a two-legged affair against Lazio 4-2 on aggregate. Juve lost the first leg 0-2 in Rome, and are at 16.00 to lose by the same scoreline this time out.
8. Napoli last reached the Coppa Italia final in 1997, when they lost 3-1 on aggregate to Vicenza. That game went into extra time, with Vicenza scoring in the 118th and 120th minutes. Sunday’s clash is 3.35 to finish a draw, forcing extra time.
7. Last week Juventus were crowned champions of Italy for the first time in nine years. They went undefeated in Serie A, beating Napoli 3-0 at home. They are 17.00 to produce the same result on Sunday.
6. One side has scored at least two goals in the last seven meetings between Juve and Napoli. A total of over three goals can be backed at 4.10, with over four goals at 9.50.
5. Although he has scored more than twice as many goals as Juve’s top scorer this season, Edinson Cavani is still fifth favourite to score first in the Stadio Olimpico, at 6.50. Alessandro Matri is the favourite at 5.00.
4. Juve won the Serie A title with a mean defence that conceded just 20 goals all season. They are 2.45 to deny Napoli a goal on Sunday.
3. When the clubs last met on 1 April this year, Juve scored all three of their goals in the second half. The Italian champions are 5.50 to be drawing at half time before claiming the trophy in 90 minutes.
2. Mirko Vucinic opened the scoring in that game, and is 6.00 to do the same in the final. Goran Pandev, who scored a brace in the 3-3 draw between the sides back in November, is 4.40 to score at any time.
1. Napoli beat Siena 3-2 over two legs in the semi final, although two of their goals were own-goal gifts from the Siena back line. Odds of 1.90 can be backed for both teams to score.