Stadium: San-Paolo (Naples)
Referee: Daniele Doveri
Juventus hasn't conceded a goal and has won eight consecutive league games. Will the Turin team be able to cope with the league leader Napoli?Claim Your Welcome Bonus!
The Neapolitans entered the new year leading the national championship without a single defeat in the 15 rounds. However, they suffered their first defeat since the break, failing to beat Inter 0:1 at the Giuseppe Meazza. It was followed by an away win over Sampdoria (2:0). But the meeting with Inter showed that Napoli's championship ambitions are yet to be consolidated. Napoli is still first in the standings, but Juventus and AC Milan are now just seven points behind. That's a slight handicap considering they're not even at the end of the first round yet.
The team had severe problems at the beginning of the season and could not even get out of the Champions League group, but they gradually picked up the pace. Their defensive football is beginning to produce results, and Juventus are coming into the match against Napoli with a crazy streak of eight wins in a row. The last time Juve conceded in the domestic league was on October 8. And in just 17 rounds, they conceded only seven goals - by far the best result in Serie A.
On the previous matchday, Juventus beat Udinese on home soil. Of course, the score was 1:0. The only goal in the 86th minute was scored by defender Danilo.
Expert Betting Tips
Nobody has been able to score against Juventus lately. It is quite possible that Napoli, possessing a very powerful group of attacking players, will still be able to break the streak. But it's unlikely that Napoli will score many goals against Wojciech Szczęsny. The same is true for Juventus. They have conceded the fewest goals in the league but are only in fifth place in the tournament.
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