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Liverpool vs Napoli match stats
Liverpool has lost their last two games against Italian sides in the Champions League, both of which have occurred this year (0-1 against Internazionale in March and 1-4 against Napoli in September). They have never previously lost three games in a row against Italian opposition in the European Cup/Champions League. This will be Jürgen Klopp’s 100th match as a manager in the Champions League, across spells with Borussia Dortmund and his current club Liverpool. He will become the first German coach to take charge of a century of games in the competition.
Napoli has never won away from home against an English team in European competition, with the Italian side failing on 11 occasions to date (three draws and eight losses). They are unbeaten in the last two trips, however, drawing 1-1 against Liverpool in this competition in November 2019 and 2-2 v Leicester in the Europa League in September 2021. Luciano Spalletti’s men have scored more goals than any other team through the first five matchdays in this season’s Champions League (20). Indeed, the only team to score more during a single group stage in the previous four campaigns has been Bayern Munich (24 in 2019/20 and 22 in 2021/22).
This will be the eighth meeting between Liverpool and Napoli in European competition, with the Italian side (3) edging the Reds (2) in terms of victories so far (two draws). After their 4-1 win in this season’s reverse fixture, Napoli could beat Liverpool in consecutive games for the first time. They’ve also travelled to face Liverpool on three previous occasions in European competition, but have gone winless across all three (one draw and two losses) – 1-3 in the Europa League in November 2010, and 0-1 in December 2018 and 1-1 in November 2019 in the Champions League.