Maurizio Mariani has been appointed as the referee for tomorrow’s Coppa Italia semi-final second leg clash between Juventus and Inter.
The 38-year-old referee will be assisted by Daniele Bindoni and Giacomo Paganessi while the fourth official for the match will be Daniele Chiffi.
Paolo Valeri will be in charge of VAR at the Allianz Stadium, where kick-off is set for 20:45 local time, and he will be assisted by Alessandro Giallatini.
Tomorrow’s match will be the 18th across all competitions that Mariani referees this term and while it will be the first time he referees Juventus, it will be the second time he takes charge of Inter this season.
Mariani refereed the Nerazzurri on matchday four in Serie A as they lost 2-1 to AC Milan in the Derby della Madonnina.
The first leg between Inter and Juventus ended 2-1 to the Bianconeri last week at San Siro, meaning Antonio Conte’s side have to score twice tomorrow to stand any chance of making it through to the final.