While the fate of the Serie A title won’t be decided on this one match thanks to the six point lead Juventus have over Napoli in the table, with 11 left to go in the season, it certainly is the biggest game Italian football has to offer this season in terms of importance for the championship race, and if you don’t know where to watch it, we’re here to help.
Juventus, the defending champions, are looking to repeat for the first time since 2006 (although some would say that it’s 2003, to be more accurate, due to the revoked titles), have found a way to complicate things, partially due to injuries. Juventus (58 points) did win their last match, 3-0 against Siena, but on their previous away game against Roma lost 1-0. Napoli simply didn’t use the opportunity along the way to close the gap to a one match distance.
In general, Juventus are doing fine despite the Champions League “burden” and the injuries, winning three of their last four matches. Their top scorers this season are Sebastian Giovinco and Fabio Quagliarella with 7 goals in the league, but Allesandro Matri, with six goals in 15 matches, is in the best form.
Napoli are second, and were singled out as the one team that could somehow challenge Juventus earlier this season. This match, with a chance to make it a 3 point distance, means everything to them. They did lose 2-0 to Juventus in the previous encounter in Turin, but are a very different team at home, losing only once this season when hosting a match.
Edinson Cavani is their top scorer with 18 goals in 26 matches. Napoli failed miserably in their Europa League tie with Viktoria Plzen, losing 5-0 on aggregate, and haven’t scored in four consecutive matches, while failing to win a Serie A match in three straight outings.
Where to Watch
We have three recommended sources to use in this one. FirstRow offer these two options: 1 & 2. VIP box, in our opinion the strongest and least likely to crash of providers, offer plenty of options to choose from. We recommend picking the first. There’s always the Sopcast option which is also pretty reliable, but means you’ll have to download something on to your computer.