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Match: Crvena Zvezda vs Napoli
Competition: Champions League
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Crvena Zvezda vs Napoli live streaming: Match preview
Red Star Belgrade are back amongst Europe’s elite.
The last time they were in this competition was in 1991/92 when they entered as defending champions having beaten Marseille in the final the previous year.
They had to win 4 play off rounds, but a glamour draw has seemingly made it all worth it.
They are expected to be Group C’s whipping boys though potentially starting here.
Napoli will feel if they have any chance of finishing in the top two they’ll have to win this one.
They have started the Serie A season oddly and no one is yet convinced by Carlo Ancelotti’s new team despite a decent points tally.
The Rajko Mitić Stadium will be packed to capacity and as hostile as ever so can the Serbian champions pull off a shock win?