Napoli and Lazio meet in a proverbial six-pointer in the race for a top-four Serie A finish on Thursday at 7:45pm (UK time).
Just two points currently separate Napoli and Lazio in fifth and sixth respectively, but top four is the aspiration for both clubs, and Juventus currently occupy the final Champions League qualification place, with The Old Lady on 62 points to The Parthenopeans‘ 60 and The Eagles‘ 58.
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Where to watch Napoli vs Lazio on TV:
- UK: Premier Sports 1
- US: ESPN+
Scoreline prediction: Napoli 2-1 Lazio
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Napoli vs Lazio build-up, previous line-ups & injury news:
After winning three of their four games in March and going unbeaten, Gennaro Gattuso’s men have sealed only one victory this month and suffered defeat to Juventus, just stunting their rapid ascent up the table. But, the Campania-based club will be hoping to get back to winning ways here and just create some breathing room between themselves and Lazio, as well as keeping the pressure up on Juve.
For Lazio, they have not allowed their European commitments to distract them from performing domestically. Simone Inzaghi had an ominous Champions League showdown with Bayern Munich to juggle, but that did not affect their Serie A form, winning their last five games, including a 5-3 win over Benevento at the weekend.
- Napoli (vs Inter Milan): Meret; Di Lorenzo, Manolas, Koulibaly, Rui; Fabian, Demme*, Politano, Zielinski, Insigne; Osimhen.
- Lazio (vs Benevento): Reina; Marusic, Acerbi, Radu; Lazzari, Milinkovic-Savic, Lucas, Alberto, Fares; Correa, Immobile.
Gattuso will be without the suspended Diego Demme which could open the door for Chelsea loanee Tiemoue Bakayoko to deputise in his absence. The German will join David Ospina and Faouzi Ghoulam on the sidelines.
For Lazio, the convalescing Luiz Felipe has not featured since mid-January after going under the knife with an ankle complication, but the Brazilian is nearing a return and could feature in the squad this weekend against AC Milan. This match is thought to have come too soon for the 24-year-old, though.
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Players to watch:
- Napoli: Lorenzo Insigne has been a bit of a thorn in Lazio’s side in recent times. He has scored four goals in his last six games against the club in Serie A, a recent discovery of form having only previously netted once across the eight games prior. The Napoli captain could now score in consecutive appearances against the club for the first time in the league, and the Napolitano will be determined to do so in order to keep the pressure on Juve and potentially seal Champions League qualification for his boyhood club. With five goals in his last eight games, the Italy international enters this contest in rich form, and having earned his side a whopping 12 points this season from his strikes, which places him in the top five for that particular metric.
- Lazio: Ciro Immobile has netted in each of his last five games against Napoli in Serie A, including the reverse fixture this season, in which The Eagles collected a 2-0 victory in the capital. The Italy international has never found the back of the net in six consecutive appearances against a single opponent in Serie A, but he just recently ended an atypical eight-game scoreless run in the league, bagging a brace at the weekend, so he will feel confident of getting on the scoresheet in midweek. Those goals moved him up to fifth in the Capocannoniere race for top scorer, of which he is a three-time recipient of the end-of-season gong, while he is now just four goals shy of that much-vaunted 20-goal mark for strikers (16 goals so far).
Serie A 2020/21 recent form (last five games):
- Napoli: DWLWW
- Lazio: WWWWW
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