Wednesday, October 17th, 2012
Serie A returns on Saturday with the biggest match of the season to-date as reigning champions and current league leaders Juventus play host to the reigning Coppa Italia champions and currently second-placers Napoli.
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With mirror records of six wins and one draw so far this campaign, the outcome of Juventus versus Napoli will act as a major marker as who who’ll scoop the 2012-13 Scudetto.
Juventus head into the match looking to defend incredible Serie A record of 46-matches unbeaten: a record which has stretched back to the start of last season when the Turin giants moved into their new home at the boringly-named Juventus Stadium.
Yet Napoli will be unlikely to be shaken by the Bianconeri’s amazing league record. The Partenopei were the only Italian team to beat Juventus last season (beating them 2-0 in the Coppa Italia final), whilst the visitors will also be well aware of recent injuries which have befallen the Juve squad.
Gigi Buffon (thigh) and Claudio Marchisio (shoulder) are both set to miss the Napoli game having picked up knocks on international duty, but on the flip-side Simone Pepe is back in contention for selection for the Old Lady.
Juventus will be looking to forwards Fabio Quagliarella, Mirko Vucinic, Alessandro Matri, and Sebastian Giovinco to fire them to victory, however Napoli are also packed plenty of heat up-front with Edinson Cavani leading their line.
Cavani, who has started the season in incredible form with six goals in seven Serie A matches, may be slightly off the pace following his exertions with Uruguay in World Cup qualifiers, however he’ll be supported by Goran Pandev and Marek Hamsik up front, while Gokhan Inler, Christian Maggio, Juan Zuniga and Morgan De Sanctis bring further quality throughout the side.
Home advantage coupled with their amazing domestic form over the past 16-months mean Juventus enter the match as slight favourites. Napoli, though, will likely be smarting from losing to Juve in the SuperCoppa at the onset of the season, and the visitors should be written off at one’s peril.